As Nigerians, the commitment in our Independence National Anthem in 1960 was that ‘Though tribes and tongues may differ, in brotherhood we stand’. Nigeria thereby enunciated the principle of ‘Unity in Diversity’.

In response to the recent nationwide flooding of various communities in Nigeria, Lay Faithful Trust Foundation, with the generous support of Nigerian Christians, conducted relief distributions to help victims of the flood at the four cardinal points of the country – North, East, West, and South.


One of our sisters in Australia expressed desire to give some of the IDP widows some gifts. With her support, the following gifts were purchased for the widows:

In collaboration with Cottage of Hope, Rehabilitation and Empowerment Centre, Lay Faithful Trust Foundation supplied Salbutamol Syrup – (Asthma medication for adults and children) for IDP camps in Kaduna State. Salbutamol is used to rapidly treat asthma, bronchospasm, and reversible airways obstruction by widening the airways of the lungs.

Amina was arrested and kept in the custody of the Hisbah Islamic Police early 2022. Her father converted from Christianity to Islam and insisted that his daughter must convert. The young girl refused, and she was arrest by the Hisbah Islamic Police. 

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.