IDPs in St. Theresa and Damare Camps get Christmas clothes

As Christians prepare to celebrate Christmas the Catholic Bishop of Yola Diocese who is also the state CAN chairman Bishop Stephen Dami mamza has called on christains in the state to respect the COVID-19 protocol. Bishop Mamza with some of the kids The Bishop made the call while distributing Christmas clothes to internally displaced person... Continue Reading →

“No society can develop in isolation”– Bishop Mamza challenges Waja and Lunguda communities.

Bishop Mamza and some members of the Mennonite Central Committee during the distribution of relief materials The Catholic Diocese of Yola in collaboration with the Mennonite Central Committee has distributed food and non-food items to victims of the recent Lunguda and Waja crisis. Speaking during the occasion, the Catholic Bishop of Yola, Most Reverend Stephen... Continue Reading →

Boko Haram: UN Delegation visits IDP Camp in Yola

Bishop Mamza and the UN Delegation The Head of the United Nations coordination office on humanitarian affairs in Nigeria, Mr Trond Jenseh was in saints Theresa camp and took time to interact with the internally displaced persons (IDPs).The United Nations representative led members of his team to the saint Theresa Catholic Cathedral Yola IDP camp... Continue Reading →

COVID-19: Bishop Mamza Speaks from Isolation

Bishop Mamza The Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Yola and Chairman, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Adamawa State chapter, the Most Rev. Stephen Dami Mamza has spoken from isolation regarding the state of his health six days after he tested positive of the dreaded corona virus disease also known as COVID-19. Bishop Mamza, in... Continue Reading →

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