By Pastor Bosun Emmanuel (email@example.com;
They survived Boko Haram;
They survived Fulani herdsmen;
Will they survive hunger?
A combination of hyperinflation and attacks on farmers has created a disastrous food crisis for Nigeria. One of the groups most affected are the persecuted Christians in northern Nigeria who daily are running for their lives while looking for food to eat.
Without certain dwelling place, no financial power, and dispossessed of their properties, the persecuted Christians in most parts of northern Nigeria are facing food crisis.
A Christians’ new converts and orphanage centre, based in Gombe state, managed to rescue some of the affected children and organised a school for them. However, feeding the children has been a major difficulty. The situation got to a point they no longer had a timetable for feeding. Whenever there was food, they would eat.
Availed of the situation, the North East representative of the Lay Faithful Trust Foundation went into action.
LFTF responded immediately with food support, and hopes to be consistent in supporting the children of the martyrs with food. This current project is exploratory.
We thank all the kind-hearted Christians who donate funds to LFTF for this ministry to the persecuted Christians. God bless you and replenish you abundantly.
We also thank our brother, David, for locating the orphanage and faithfully conducting the project. David used to head the Kaduna field but he recently relocated to Gombe, in the North East.
Thank you very much, and God bless you for supporting our persecuted brethren.
To donate, please use the UBA Account number 1024937491 in the name of Lay Faithful Trust Foundation.