1. The Republic of So Tomé and Prncipe
The small island nation of So Tomé and Prncipe is located in the Gulf of Guinea, off the coast of Central Africa, and has a population of less than a million people.
After being discovered by Portuguese sailors in the 15th century, the islands were only recently settled and developed a culture.The island nation was one of the most important hubs of the African slave trade during the 19th century. As a result of the Portuguese occupation of the country, Roman Catholicism has emerged as the dominant religion in the country.90% of the population of So Tomé and Prncipe is Christian, with Roman Catholics constituting 55.7 percent of the total population of the country.
2. Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)
The majority of the population of the Democratic Republic of the Congo adheres to Christianity as their religious faith. The religion is practiced by 95.8 percent of the inhabitants of the country.Around 35 million Catholics live in the country.
The majority of children in the country are educated by the Catholic Church, which is run by a religious organization. The church is in charge of a vast network of facilities such as hospitals, supermarkets, farms, and so on.
A further 25 million people in the country are members of the Church of Christ in Congo (commonly known as the Protestant Church), making it one of the largest Protestant denominations in the world.
Christians constitute 95 percent of the population of Angola, which is also a significant proportion of the world’s largest Christian country.Angola’s Christian missionaries were instrumental in spreading Christianity throughout the country.
The underprivileged in Angola have benefited from the efforts of Christian institutions, which have provided free medical treatment, education and other services.
Christian beliefs are held by 93.6 percent of Rwanda’s population, with Roman Catholicism serving as the country’s major Christian denomination.
Many indigenous Rwandans regard the Rwandan God Imana to be synonymous with the Christian God, despite the fact that Christianity in Rwanda is frequently fused with traditional beliefs.
Seychelles has a Christian majority with a 93.1 percent affiliation, with 76.2 percent belonging to the Roman Catholic Church and 10.6 percent belonging to the Protestant Church.
Religious affiliations other than Christianity account for only 1.1 percent of the country’s population, with the remainder identifying as non-religious or not affiliated with any religion.
Christianity is the dominant religion in the country, with Christians accounting for 93 percent of the population.There are around 87 percent Roman Catholics and approximately 5 percent Protestants among this group…. Only 2% of the population adheres to Islam, with the remaining 5% belonging to a variety of religious traditions such as the Bahá’ Faith, Animism, and others.
Approximately 90% of the population of Lesotho, a small landlocked country bordered on all sides by South Africa, is Christian.