Stefanos Foundation’s Taraba Prayer Summit was held on Friday the 14th of September, 2018 at the CAN Secretariat, Jalingo, Taraba State.

Our organisation worked in collaboration with the State Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) for the success of the program.

The summit had Prof. Yusufu Turaki, Rev. James Pam, Mallam Nuhu Almasih and Engr. Mark Lipdo as keynote speakers. The focus was, “The Current Security Challenges in Nigeria”.

The Taraba State CAN Chairman (Acting), Special Apostle John Aina and his executive members helped to draw Christians from different denominations and in one accord; Taraba raised its voice to the Lord in prayer.

Christians all over the world are looking to God for a total turn around in Nigeria.

We will continue to PUSH, “Pray Until Something Happens.”

We believe that, “Only a United Church can build a united nation”.


Fulani militants attacked four communities of ethnic minority Christians in Adamawa State.

Report says more than 25 persons were killed yesterday 13/9/18 in what appeared to be a coordinated attack by Fulani militants on four communities of Numan Local Government Area.

According to an eye witness who spoke to Stefanos Foundation, the attackers stormed the communities at about 3 o’clock in the afternoon and started shooting indiscriminately, killing two men instantly.

“Myself and my children were on our way out when we heard gunshot sounds. We immediately ran away. Unfortunately, this morning I received news that the Fulanis chased our people and killed many. Those who tried to run through the river were shot and this morning, over 25 bodies were recovered from the river. We’re not sure how many more are yet to be discovered.

I was told that the Fulani militants burnt down all our houses and took some women and children with them. We no longer have a place to call home. Right now we’re helpless.”

The communities affected in the attack are Gon, Bolki, Nzomuso and Yanga.