Rev Stephen Panya (pictured) made the comment following the latest attacks on Christian villages in Kaduna state.
A new report on violent Fulani attacks in Nigeria’s Middle Belt asks if they constitute genocide.
Between 11 and 13 May, Fulani herdsmen killed at least twenty-five Christian men, women and children in Kaduna State.
The aid packages, funded by Church in Chains, contained rice, beans, vegetable oil and other foodstuffs.
Many Nigerian Christians have been killed in recent months, including young children, as attacks by militant Muslim Fulani herdsmen continue across the country.
The Christian Association of Nigeria reports that five million Christians took part in nationwide prayer walks protesting about the recent upsurge in attacks and abductions.
The President of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Rev Dr Samson Ayokunle, has called for three days of fasting and prayer to end violent attacks on Christians.
Pastor Lawan Andimi was beheaded by Boko Haram terrorists on the afternoon of 20 January
On 2 January, Rev Lawan Andimi, Adamawa state chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria, was abducted during a Boko Haram raid in northeast Nigeria.