Brethren, I thought today’s sermon should address an issue which we often gloss over or pay little attention to during the blessed month of Ramadan. This relates to our eating habit and schedules.
Muslim students decry drug addiction among youths
Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria (MSSN), B-Zone has decried the spate of drug addiction among youths and urged all students to shun all acts of immorality.
Ambode urges Muslims to show more love, care during holy month
Governor Ambode has enjoined all Muslims to show more love and care to self and others, by giving generously and serving humanity selflessly in this holy month.
I’tikaf suspended at National Mosque
The Management of Abuja National Mosque has suspended observance of I’tikaf in the National Mosque to enable them plan appropriately towards next year I’tikaf using a model acceptable to the Ummah.
ZSF spends N27.6m on 38 medically challenged persons in Lagos
A faith-based charity organization, Zakat and Sadaqat Foundation has disbursed about N27.6 million to assist 38 medically challenged persons in Lagos State.
‘Why Muslims in diaspora should promote national values’
Millions of Nigerian Muslims residing in various countries of the world have been urged to always engage in activities that would promote the Nigerian national values.Senior Special Assistant to the Presidency on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Kafayat Abike Dabiri-Erewa, who made this call during a lecture delivered at Obafemi Awolowo University....
NASFAT signs MoU with Sterling Bank on hajj savings scheme
Nasrul Lahi-l-Fatih Society of Nigeria (NASFAT) has entered into partnership with the Non-Interest Banking group of Sterling Bank Plc to encourage savings for hajj exercise.Speaking during the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in Lagos, Chief Missioner of NASFAT...
Nigeria Police Force and martyrs in Offa (III)
In the story of the people of Sabbath, like other stories told to us by the Almighty in the Quran, are eternal lessons for humanity to ponder. “There was a tribe that lived near the seashore. The Almighty and His apostle told them not to catch fish on Saturdays but they disobeyed the commands.
Kano announces fare for 2018 hajj operations
Kano State Pilgrims Board has announced final fee for the 2018 hajj operations.Besides, the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) has allocated 5,500 slots for Kano State for the 2018 operations. The current allocation was a reduction of about 6,500 seats bequeathed the state in 2017.
NASFAT buoys primary education with new facilities
As part of efforts to provide enabling environment for qualitative and functional education to Muslim ummah, Nasrul-Lahi-l-Fathi Society (NASFAT), Ipaja branch has commissioned a block of six classrooms to promote good morals through Western and Islamic education. The Chief Missioner, NASFAT, Abdul Azeez Onike, who officially inaugurated the classrooms, assured that the society is committed…