Uganda’s constitution and laws allow for freedom of religion, including converting from one faith to another. However, Christian churches increasingly have received threats of violence, the World Atlas reports.
A Christian mother of five in Nigeria has been granted bail and is safe in an undisclosed location after being charged with blasphemy.
Ongoing violence against Christians in Nigeria has claimed eight more lives, one of whom was the mother of a 2-month-old baby.
Two Christians speaking at a Christian-Muslim debate in Uganda were chased away and beaten, but not before a participant decided to seek Jesus.
Violence against Christians in Nigeria continues to take its toll, with at least 12 believers recently killed and the wife of a pastor abducted.