Interviews with parents of Chibok girls:
Voice of the Christian Martyrs Nigeria, visited chibok to give relief materials to the parents of the abducted girls who are still yet to be returned. As the situation continues to remain tense, some parents still hope that one day their daughters would come back home but the agony on their faces is very clear and we could see that they are still very much devastated by this event.
June 22, 2019
REV. OLUWOLE ISAAC NEWTON-WUSU – LIFE SPENT IN SERVICE TO GOD AND HUMANITY
With heavy heart, but submission to the Almighty God, we wish to inform you of the unfortunate demise of Rev. Oluwole Isaac Newton-Wusu, the erstwhile National Director of the Voice of Christian Martyrs. Rev. Isaac went to be with the Lord on Tuesday 18th June, 2019, after a brief illness.
18th March 2019
PRESS STATEMENT BY THE BOARD OF VOICE OF CHRISTIAN MARTYRS, NIGERIA
The Board of Voice of Christian Martyrs, Nigeria is compelled to issue a public statement in view of the allegations of sexual crimes against the President of the mission, Rev. Isaac Oluwole Wusu and the impact of such damaging allegations on the operations of the mission. The Board is aware that this case is currently in the court therefore, there is a limit to the amount of information that it could supply at this point in time.
Dear Brothers and Sisters
In Barkin Ladi local Government Plateau state brothers and sisters witnessed a massive scale attack by Fulani herdsmen in which many lives were lost in some villages within the LGA, The result of massacre led to people fleeing their homes and taking up refuge in Internally displaced persons (IDP) camps spread across Jos, south Local Government.
Some years ago, before I got acquainted with Facebook and other social media platforms, I received a letter from a Canadian Christian couple – Jim and Rosemary Mason (May they and theirs enjoy God’s beautiful friendship and blessings) – enquiring about my welfare after the incident of May 22 2000 and my aspirations for the future. I wrote back to them, intimating them of my new lease of life in Abeokuta and my desire to study Law and practise as a legal practitioner. They responded, but it was the last I heard from them but that letter is the most heart-warming I have ever received. They informed me that Legal Studies is long and difficult but that with determination and hard work I can achieve my dream. They assured me of their prayers.
From Director’s Desk
Dear Brothers and Sisters
We are very thankful for your prayers and support to the children in our home. We are happy to celebrate Esther Luka, on of our family of Martyrs. Esther came along with her brothers who left our home after their secondary education. Esther lost her mother while still at Stephens Children Home. She was a good student and now one of our joy. We are grateful to all our friends and supporters who continue to be a channel of blessings to the Children at Stephens Children Home. May the Lord Jesus bless you all.