Nigeria has 36 states, and its Federal Capital Territory (where Abuja is located) comprises these parts. Lagos, one of the world’s largest cities and the second-largest in Africa, is the capital of Nigeria.

Since the 1000s, Nigeria has been the site of several indigenous pre-colonial nations and kingdoms, with the Nok civilization in the fifteenth century BC representing the first internal unification of the country. The modern state was created by British colonialization in the 19th century, and Lord Lugard’s 1914 merged the Southern and Northern Nigeria Protectorates to give it its current territorial configuration.

On October 1960, Nigeria formally became a federation. Between 1967 and 1970, there was a civil war, and then there were several military dictatorships and democratically elected civilian governments till the 1999 presidential election brought about a stable democracy. However, the incumbent president did not win reelection in the general election 2015 for the first time.

Nigeria is a multicultural state with over 250 ethnic groups that speak 500 other languages and identify with various cultural traditions. The Hausa in the north, the Yoruba in the west, and the Igbo in the east make up the three major ethnic groupings, making up more than 60% of the overall population. English was chosen as the official language to promote linguistic cohesion at the national level. The constitution of Nigeria guarantees religious freedom, and some of the world’s largest Muslim and Christian populations call Nigeria home.

Muslims, who reside primarily in the north of Nigeria, and Christians, who are mainly in the south; indigenous religions, such as those exclusive to the Igbo and Yoruba ethnic groups, are in the minority.


President: Muhammadu Buhari
Language: English
Currency: Naira
Main sport: Soccer


Population: 230,000,000
Land area: 356,669 sq mi
Unemployment rate: 40.6 %
Population below poverty line: 63%.


Christian: 49.3



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These leaders with experience join us to receive supervision for their ministry or initiative from a Ministry Coordinator. They can raise support through us, and their financial accounts are accessed ten (10) percent administrative fee.

These leaders are just starting a new ministry or initiative and commit to having a mentor to oversee them. They can raise support through us, and their financial accounts are accessed five (5) percent administrative fee.

These leaders from established organizations or ministries partner with us, but their own board supervises them. They can raise support through us, and their financial accounts are accessed five (5) percent administrative fee.

Each church is independent and autonomous and must be free from interference by any ecclesiastical or political authority; that, therefore, Church and State must be kept separate as having different functions, each fulfilling its duties free from the dictation or patronage of the other.

We believe that a visible church is a company of believers in Jesus Christ, buried with Him in baptism and associated for worship, work and fellowship.

We believe that to these visible churches were committed for observance “until He comes,” the ordinances of baptism and the Lord’s Supper; and that God has laid upon these churches the task of persuading a lost world to accept Jesus Christ as Savior and to enthrone Him as Lord and Master. We believe that righteous living, good works and proper social concern are essential products of the gospel.

We believe, therefore, that those who accept Christ as their Lord and Savior will rejoice forever in God’s presence and those who refuse to accept Christ as Lord and Savior will be forever separated from God.
We believe in His bodily resurrection, His ascension into heaven, His high priestly intercession for His people and His personal, visible return to the world according to His promise.