Making Christmas Happen For Victims of Boko Haram In The North-East




It is 10 days to Christmas and the air is thick with the smell of Christmas. Holidays are

being planned, fun events being looked forward to and families excited about the times they

will spend together.

Sadly, about 640,000 Nigerians are not privileged to look forward to this joyous

celebrations. This is because they have been made refugees in their own country, internally

displaced by the deadly activities of the Boko Haram terrorist group. Many of them are in

camps or are trying to pick up the pieces of their lives in places other than their hometowns.

To make this Christmas a little more exciting for them, A-Maz together with the Caring

Heart Foundation and Be A Blessing are seeking your support to bring relief for about a

thousand internally displaced persons in Borno and Adamawa States.

With your donations, we intend to provide them with foodstuffs, clothing, shelter, toiletries

and pay for school fees.

To donate, simply visit

In addition, the Maiduguri-born is having a concert on the 18th December in Jos to raise

support for the IDPs in the North-East.The concert will be held on the 18th of December at

Spoons Sensations, Jos.

Attendance is free. If you are in Jos, please come attend the concert and bring donations in

cash and kind for those displaced by the Boko Haram crisis.

To learn more about the concert, visit




(PICZ) Karen Igho Gets Married Secretly To Her White Heartthrob
(PICZ) Patoranking Gets Hyundai SUV For Winning Next Rated At Headies

What Do You Think?

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.