On Monday, America’s Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom Sam Brownback will be in Nigeria.

When he arrives, he will meet with religious leaders on how to reduce the violence perpetuated by alleged herdsmen attacks especially in Christian communities.

He will also meet stakeholders on how to enhance religious freedom in the country.

Brownback, during the one-week visit, would meet with government officials, religious leaders, and civil society groups, according to the Office of the Spokesperson for the U.S. Department of State.

“Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom Sam Brownback will travel to Abuja, Kaduna, and Lagos, Nigeria from June 18 to 22.

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“Alongside Ambassador W. Stuart Symington, Ambassador Brownback will meet with government officials, religious leaders, and civil society groups.

“The Ambassadors will also tour the National Mosque and visit a refugee camp,” the Department said.

Recall that Brownback, while presenting the 2017 Annual Report on International Religious Freedom in May, said religious freedom in Nigeria needed to be protected.

“My plan is to travel to Nigeria next month to talk with leaders – government leaders, religious leaders, Christian and Muslim leaders – to talk about what we can do to move forward, to reduce the level of violence, to open the way for religious freedom taking place in that country,” Brownback had said.

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