Cameroon Resettlement Housing
(Imala, Ogun State, Nigeria)
The Need: The eyes of Africa and the world have seen over the past several years a mounting and horrendous humanitarian crisis in anglophone western Cameroon. Many thousands have been ruthlessly uprooted, tortured, murdered, and forced into exile. It is an ongoing crisis we must not continue to ignore.
Our Goal: To establish a robust, healthy, secure and prosperous Cameroonian Resettlement community in southwestern Nigeria. The initial plan is for 75 two- and three-bedroom new homes in Imala, a rural community 20 kilometres west of Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital. Imala is the seat of the proposed Africa Christian University, expected to become the largest private university in Nigeria. Everything is under the direction of the Christian Development Foundation (CDF), incorporated in Nigeria and the USA.
Amenities: Each home will be provided with water, sewage and electricity. Schools are available nearby for the training of children. Other vocational schools are now open (agriculture, media), and are expanding. Medical facilities will also be provided.
Home ownership: Occupants of the new houses have the option of lease or purchase, at amazingly low prices. A house can be purchased for as little as $60 USD per month.
Employment: Because of our ongoing development of the university and peripheral industries and other community developments, there are potential job openings for skilled labour: nurses and doctors, engineers, builders, teachers, accountants and book keepers, tailors, mechanics, pilots and airplane mechanics, trained pastors, etc. Adjacent land is available for farming.
Who is qualified?: We are looking for dedicated Christians who are willing to make this a solid community of believers. Those with job skills are especially welcome.
What is the timetable?: Our target is to make our first homes available by January 2022. It could happen sooner, depending on the speed of our fundraising campaign.
How can I contribute? This project is expected to cost $750,000. We need 50 people to give $10,000, and 50 to give $5,000, by the end of 2021. However, donations of any size are welcome. Once we have the first $75,000 we will start contruction. If you believe this project is worthy cast your vote for progress by clicking the DONATE button.
Enquiries: For more information, how to apply, etc. contact Professor Gary S. Maxey, firstname.lastname@example.org, or WhatsApp +234-808-871-8669. Thank you!