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Niche Market - Persecuted Christians in Nigeria
Nigeria has around 70 million Christians. Some of the churches
can hold more than 200,000 worshippers and, with their attendant
business empires, they constitute a significant section of the economy,
employing tens of thousands of people and raking in millions of
Since the introduction of Sharia penal law in some of the Northern
states of Nigeria, violence towards non-Muslims has increased in
the North. Much of the persecution that Christians in Nigeria face
is the result of radical Islamic teaching and activity. Islam is
the dominant religion in the north of the country, while Christianity
is dominant in the south.
Ongoing rivalries between ethnic groups contribute to the persecution
of Christians who are caught in the crossfire. Meanwhile, radical
groups, such as Boko Haram and Muslim Fulani herdsmen, heavily persecute
believers in the northern and Middle Belt regions.
As the threat of Christian persecution threatens the security of
the wealthy Megachurches the Christian Goshen CBI Development Project will
become more and more attractive. Making this an incredible opportunity
to generate major revenue for our United Caribbean Trust humanitarian
work within the Caribbean and World wide.
Nigerians can only travel to a few African countries without obtaining
The Nigerian Goshen CBI project has numerous benefits:
• Obtaining a second passport and citizenship.
• The opportunity to visit a beautiful Caribbean island once
a year for a holiday in your Timeshare villa/condo
• Securing a 14,500 sq ft house plot with planning permission
to develop, with infrastructure and underground utilities in place
• The ability to live in a lovely safe Nigerian gated community
• With its own church and Nigerian restaurant
• Supporting 12 house families and 72 Nigerian orphans in
our PEARYL Project
All for a minimum investment of US $400,000
Profits from the Nigerian CBI's will be used to establish Rehabilitation
Centres for women kidnapped and raped by Islamic extremist group
Boko Haram and PowerPlay Center for their
United Caribbean Trust has been
partnering with Pastor
Blessing Johnson, the Founder and President of
Gold Global Sports Outreach Ministry for many years
now, helping nurturing sports superstars in a Godly way.
His vision is to raise vibrant and dynamic
Christian sports men in Africa, using sports as a means of
communicating the Gospel of Christ. UCT believes God has positioned
this ministry to help establish the first Nigeria
In Northeast Nigeria, sexual violence is a characteristic of the
ongoing insurgency, during which thousands of women and girls have
been kidnapped and raped by Islamic extremist group Boko Haram.
Many are forcibly married to their captors and become pregnant from
rape. Some have managed to escape or have been rescued and allowed
to return to their almost completely destroyed villages to try and
rebuild their lives.
But for many of these women the persecution doesn’t end.
They return to their village only to face discrimination and rejection
by family and their community who label them “Boko Haram
women.” Their children, conceived from rape, face an
even greater risk of rejection, abandonment and violence.... Read