MEDICAL INTERVENTION FOR IDPs Yola, Adamawa State October 2023
“THIS IS MY BROTHER”
CAN YOU SAY THE SAME?
20-year-old Irmiya (Jeremiah) was involved in cooking gas explosion in Jalingo, Taraba state, and he was brought to Yola, Adamawa, for treatment. He sustained serious injuries which affected his two arms and his genital area. Due to lack of funds to pay for his treatment, his two hands got rotten and fell off. By the time sympathizers contacted the Representative of Lay Faithful Trust Foundation in Yola the two forearms had to be amputated. Treatment commenced immediately with funds provided by Lay Faithful Trust Foundation to stem the spread of gangrene and prevent the loss of the entire arm.
After receiving orthopaedic treatment, Irmiya must go through surgery which involves skin grafting in his bottom and genital area. All the treatments are paid for with funds donated to Lay Faithful Trust Foundation by Nigerian Christians.
The next phase of treatment for Irmiya involves divine intervention. To enable him to regain the use of the two arms, he would require prosthetic limbs which is estimated to cost four million naira. Each arm will cost N1.5 million while post treatment expenses may round up the cost to four million.
Please pray along with us for the funds.
65-year-old brother Aduwa was doing well in life before Islamic insurgents attacked his house and he had to flee with his family. He abandoned the house which he built for himself and his family and ended up in an IDP camp. Due to the lack he faced because of the persecution of Christians, he encountered serious challenge with a diabetic condition. Last year, one of his legs was amputated. His health condition became more challenging and the other leg too, had to be amputated this year.
Lay Faithful Trust Foundation was informed about his condition while he was in the hospital and his need of support. Lay Faithful paid for his treatment at the hospital and purchased a new wheelchair for him.
THESE ARE OUR BROTHERS
“By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another.” John 13: 35
We thank all the brethren who have generously been donating funds to minister to persecuted Christians. God bless you and replenish you.
We use this medium to remind all Christians of our obligation to support persecuted Christians in Nigeria. A minimum donation of N500 monthly from all Christians will enable us to minister to the needs of our persecuted brethren as well as work progressively to empower them and resettle them.
We thank Mrs. Mamba and all the brethren in Yola, particularly the Chairmen of the IDP camps, for their support during the treatment of the affected brethren. God bless you all.
Your brother in Christ,
Lay Faithful Trust Foundation