With a population of almost 115 million, Nigeria is the most highly populated country in Africa, and has an incredibly diverse population. There are over 470 different languages in use in Nigeria and many Nigerians don’t currently have the opportunity to hear about Jesus in their own language.
In 2009 The Tide® began broadcasting in Nigeria using the Efik language, and since then has been steadily adding programs in more languages. We currently have programming in 11 different Nigerian languages that have the potential to be heard by millions of people who do not yet know Jesus as their Lord and Savior.
An important aspect of The Tide ministry in Nigeria is our “Radios for Nigeria” project. Although the country is rich in agricultural land, mineral resources, and oil reserves, a third of the population lives below the poverty line and are too poor to buy a radio. As people give towards this project The Tide ministry places radios in villages throughout Nigeria. Most of these radios are being given to village leaders or the heads of extended families. Through these radios many people are now hearing the Gospel message in their own language and responding positively to God’s offer of salvation.
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