Pastor Joel Mildai was fleeing with his family from Boko Haram when they had an accident which crippled him. He was bedridden since then.

During the empowerment project to Christian IDPs in Yola, Lay Faithful Trust Foundation was informed about his case, and the Foundation responded as follows:

National Christian Elders Forum (NCEF) has been observing events as Nigeria prepares for another election year in 2023. The intrigues and the horse trading by the political class are uncomfortable indications that those who rule Nigeria have not learnt any lesson from the errors of the past. The country cannot continue doing the same things repeatedly and expect different results.

As follow up to the May 2022 empowerment project for Christian IDPs in five (5) IDP camps in Kaduna State, Lay Faithful Trust Foundation conducted the 2nd phase of the empowerment project in June 2022. Effective application of fertilizer in a farming season must be done at least twice for fruitful results.

When mass death threatens a land, accordingly to God, it's time to mobilize the army of wailing women to war with their weapon of lamentations (Jer 9:17-21). In view of rising ritualist, political and jihadist killings, and the threat of worse; in view of insistent prophetic calls to prayers against these woes, especially calls for brigades of mourning women, the Nigeria National Prayer altar hereby kindly invites women to strategic nights of intercessory lamentations at the ongoing nightly online national prayers, scheduled as follows:

Following the recently concluded primaries of political parties in preparation for the 2023 general elections, the Leadership Group, of National Consensus Movement (NCM), deliberated on the need for good governance, promotion of rule of law, and crucial need to eliminate the deplorable insecurity plaguing the country. After considerable deliberations, the Leadership Group of NCM resolved as follows:

On Sunday 29th November 2020, Lay Faithful Trust Foundation organized a Conference under its Voice of the Persecuted (VOP) program to highlight the travails of Prof. Solomon Tarfa of Du Merci Orphanage, Kano. 

In April 2022, the Lay Faithful Trust Foundation was informed about an outbreak of infection at the Mercy IDP Camp, Zonkwa, Zango Kataf LGA, Southern Kaduna. The infection was due to overcrowding, poor hygienic condition in the Camp, and insufficient basic amenities.

Following our report of consistent genocidal attacks on over 14 Christian villages in Southern Kaduna, Lay Faithful Trust Foundation returned to Tagama IDP camp for another urgent intervention. The population of the IDP camp swelled by the arrival of over 3,000 displaced Christians in February 2022. Before then, the IDP camp hosted over 6,000 displaced persons

Reports reaching us from the field indicate that from 4th November 2021 till 14th February 2022, there have been consistent attacks by Jihadist terrorists on Christian communities in Zango Kataf resulting in the death of 59 persons while 169 houses were destroyed. The communities affected in Samaru Kataf include: Ungwan Ruhugo, Langson, Chibob, Atak Mawai, Sako, Kurfi, Ungwan Wakili, Zaman Dadoh, Kurmin Masara, Kurmin Masara, Atisa, Sabin Laura, Chibuk & Zaman Dado, and so on.

Message to Nigerian Christians
Bosun Emmanuel
3rd January 2022


It is time for Nigerian Christians to arise and pronounce judgment on the evils and wickedness in the land. Christians possess the spiritual authority. God wants to judge the multiple evils in the Church and in the country and requires His people to pray His will to come to pass. The wicked have become too powerful, and they will not change.
The only way to get peace in this land, is through God's judgment.