Rescue of the children from North-East Nigeria

The situation of things in the Nigerian North-Eastern states of Borno, Adamawa and Yobe right now is more critical than anyone can imagine. The Islamist terrorist group Boko Haram has sacked several towns and villages, killing people and burning down their homes. As a result of this, thousands of children, most of whose parents have been murdered by the rampaging Boko Haram group, have fled from their towns and villages. They are wandering on mountain tops, on the foot of the hills, while others have crossed over to one of our neighbouring country, Cameroon.

Two thousand of these children are seeking for a shelter with us in ICCFMissions, Home for the Needy (www.homefortheneedy.com), where they can start life all over again.

Meanwhile, we have been able to accommodate 3000 of these children, and equally enrolled them in our school.

  

Video about the refugee children from northern Nigeria, 
who could flee from Boko Haram.

Watch the video: "Children of my brothers"

 

  

Documentary on Nigerian "ChannelsTV":
Boko Haram Insurgency
1,300 IDPs Get Free Education

Watch documentary

 

 

Interview on Nigerian "Channels TV" - about how these children were rescued and how to help them

Watch interview

 

What does Nigeria owe victims of terrorism: radio interview with Pastor Solomon Folorunsho (audio)

 


 

21-08-2014 Terrible situation

In the past few days it has been not so easy to rescue the children in the North due to the terrible situation of Boko Haram attacks as even Cameroon has closed its borders because of these terorrists and the ebola disease.

Read more: 21-08-2014 Terrible situation

09-08-2014 Stocktaking

We have taken stock of what is needed for this needy children as stated below.
However, we also know that except God intervenes these are quite much to contemplate.
Therefore, whatever anyone is able to give is welcome to help these children.

Read more: 09-08-2014 Stocktaking

25-07-2014 Urgent need

The situation of things in southern Borno state of Nigeria right now is more critical than anyone can imagine. The Islamist terrorist group Boko Haram has sacked several towns and villages, killing people and burning down their homes. As a result of this, thousands of children, most of whose parents have been murdered by the rampaging Boko Haram group, have fled from their towns and villages. They are wandering on mountain tops, on the foot of the hills, while others have crossed over to one of our neighbouring country, Cameroon.

Read more: 25-07-2014 Urgent need