What We Do



This is a flagship service of the NDC in view of the growing need in society especially in the last twenty (20) years of an army of destitute, angry, usually hungary, with little or no education, a near total absence of marketable skills, with a propensity to violence and usually hooked, on narcotic drugs and dislocated from core and extended family and living on and off the streets of Lagos, Port-Harcourt, Freetown, Monrovia, New York, Hochi Minh City. Sao Paulo, Johannesburg, Mumbai and London.

We are privileged as individuals to have recognized this development back in the 80’s and have been successful worshiping with various church groups such as the Redeemed Christian Church of God, the House on The Rock  Church, The Redeemed Evangelical Mission, This Present House Church to mention a few in Nigeria.

The Rehabilitation centre would serve the following purpose (viz):-

• As a hospice

• A place of prayer

• A centre for reconciliation with God and family and society.

The rehabilitation centre will operate as follows:-

• At the point of entry and admittance, the prospecting participant will be interviewed  by a four (4) man committee comprising of :

• The MCEO

• The field operation director

• The Pastoral Counsellor and

• The welfare Manager- On formal admittance/admission the participant will be given a Bio-medical Assessment by the Medical  Assessment by the Medical Adviser/Nursing Assistant, – A photo ID card along with the next-of-kin form will be completed and a progress file opened for the participant- The Resident Advisor and Welfare Manager would now assign the participant a room for lodging and the necessary start up kit to comprise of mattress, pillow, sheets, soap etc will be allocated to the new participant.  Bible, Daily devotional guide.- An orientation course and introduction to house rules will be organized and schedule of activities formalized.- A standard feature of our rehabilitation centre will be the mandatory thirty (30) day healing/rest period is required for all residents, i.e. no-going out of the camp premises especially those, recovering from doing addiction, limited phone calls etc

3.1.1Daily Routine of Camp Residents

Description of Activity​​​​​​ Time frame

– Wake up call​​​​​​ 5.30 a.m.

– Morning Devotion ​​​​​5.45 a.m – 6.45a.m

– Manual Labor​​​​​​ 6.45 a.m. – 7.30 a.m.

– Personal Clean-up​​​​​ 7.30 a.m. – 8.00 a.m.

– Break fast​​​​​​ 8.00 a.m. – 8.30 a.m.

Short Rest- Bible Study​​​​​​ 9.00 a.m. – 10.00 a.m.

– Free time (Library)​​​​​ 10.00 a.m. – 12.00 a.m.

– Lunch ​​​​​​​12.00p.m. – 1.00p.m.

– Rest  Period (Newspapers, T.V., Films etc) ​​1.00p.m. – 4.00p.m.

– Games/Physical exercise Lifting weights aerobics etc ​4.00 p.m. – 6.00p.m.

– Clean up/Get ready for dinner ​​​​6.00p.m. – 7.00p.m.

– Dinner​​​​​​​ 8.00p.m. – 9.30p.m.

– Time Out T.V. Films Instructional Documentaries etc ​8.00p.m. – 9.30p.m.

– Evening Devotion​​​​​ 9.30 – 10.00p.m.

– Roll – Call​​​​​​ 10.00p.m. – 10.15p.m.

Lights out​


After the first ninety days (90 days), participants would begin skill/job assessment interviews  with a view to identify trade, skills and career intents.  Career/trade counseling session will be a continuous on-going assessment.  We will endeavour to help participants gain marketable skills, that are basic and do not require high entry qualification standards.  Among the basic skills will  be;

MEN​​​​​​, WOMEN & ​​​CHILDREN- 




Operation skills

​​​​Cosmetology ​​​(Reading and Writing)- 


​​​Dressmaking​​​“- Motor repair/motorcycle

​​Co-op trade​​​“

Repair/mechanic trade ​​​(e.g. fish mongering)​​“- 

Hair Barbing

​​​​Buying/Selling- Shoe making/ Cobbling​​​

Shop Assistants​​​“- 

Tyre repair/Vulcanizing

 Computer Skills​​​​

Computer Skills- 

Food catering​​​​

Food Catering- 

Bible School Candidate​​​

Bible School Candidate