Terrorist Hears Gospel Radio, Rejects Jihad for Jesus ChristEven as the the radical Islamic terrorist group in Nigeria and Boko Haram continue blazing a swath of terror across northern Nigeria, resulting in the postponement of the nation’s presidential election from Feb. 14 to March 28 the Tide global radio ministry is helping Nigerians keep Jesus as the center focus of their hearts. And according to reports, one Muslim listener heard The Tide ministry program in the Hausa language, the official language of Islam in Nigeria. Although a believer in jihad, he was challenged by the message of hope and peace that only Christ can offer. He responded to the gospel message, called the number at the end of the program and is now a follower of Christ. The Tide ministry began broadcasting in Nigeria in 2009 in the Efik language, spoken by approximately 2 million Nigerian people. Today, The Tide radio programming can be heard in eleven languages in Nigeria: Efik, Hausa, Ijaw, Igbo, Annang, Yoruba, Tiv, Ibibio, Nupe, Amo and Agwagune. FULL REPORT