As part of giving relief to internally displaced persons (IDPs), Lay Faithful Trust Foundation conducted relief distribution of clothes and medications to persecuted Christians in Warkan-Gora in July.
The community people in the community were believed to have been attacked by bandits of aniother faith; and 37 families suffered various degrees of injuries. 45 houses burnt and eight women became widowed.
Clothes and medications were distributed to the IDPs. The medications are for the treatment of scabies, antibiotics for cough and catarrh, Paracetamol, as well as drugs for typhoid fever.
The project in Warkan-Gora was more of an assessment of the situation in the community. This would be the first time Lay Faithful Trust Foundation would be reaching Warkan-Gora. A repeat visit is planned.
The foundation’s helmsman, Pastor Bosun Emmanuel, thanked generous contributors for this ministry to persecuted Christians, praying for God’s blessing and abundant reward.
“We thank Victoria Fellowship Church for its consistent support and compassionate heart for persecuted Christians. We appreciate the Elder’s Fellowship of Bola Memorial Anglican Church for their support for this project, as well as the Lay Faithful Trust Foundation team in Kaduna state,” Pastor Bosun said.
He urged others to contribute and donate to persecuted Christians using the foundation’s United Bank for Africa (UBA) account number:10 24 93 74 91), adding that it could be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and www.layfaithful.org.