Lagos Muslim community gets new building, hails donor
The propagation of Islam in the Lagos metropolis has received a boost as the Lagos Muslim Community commissioned its ultra-modern building to aid their religious activities.
Former U.S President hosts NASFAT Missioner
Chief Missioner of Nasrul-Lahi-Fathi society, (NASFAT), Imam Abdul Azeez Onike has been invited by the former United States (US) President Jimmy Carter, to participate
Ahmadiyya leader advocates fairness, equity, justice
This Amir Ahmadiyya Muslim Jaam’at Nigeria, Dr Mash’ud Aderele Fashola has advised every citizen of Nigeria to trend the path of righteousness, fair play, and respect for the rights of others, which will eventually result in desirable changes towards sustenance of security, peace and prosperity.
Are you Ramadan Muslims?
What type of Muslims are you after Ramadan? Or rather, what type of Muslim have you become since the end of the glorious month? One way to answer these questions might be to say that who you are and what become of you after Ramadan would largely be a function of the type of fasting you embarked upon during the month.
Peaceful co-existence: Lesson from 2018 Ramadan
Nigerians can live together in harmony, despite their social and religious differences if they do not fall for cheap blackmail of narrow minded people who want to divide them to achieve their goals, the Secretary General of the Nigerian Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, has said.
Shun religious politics, MURIC urges Nigerians
The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has urged Nigerians not to allow religious divides to deter them from voting for a credible candidate in the forth coming general elections. Director, MURIC, Professor Ishaq Akintola, in a statement said it did not believe in religious politics, and Muslims should consider the credibility ....
Groups, Adebule, preach love, seek peaceful political transition
The Lagos State Deputy Governor, Idiat Oluranti Adebule has called on Lagosians to continue to love and tolerate one another and allow the existing peaceful relationship among people of different tribes and religions in the state to continue after Ramadan.
Some deep “conversations” with Eid-el-Fitr
Here comes the festival day or the day of festival. Welcome! I say welcome to the day in which we move from time into time, from season into season. I say welcome to the day of festival - a day in which hours are known by moments and moments are relived in eternity. Welcome to…
‘Nigerians should not link Boko Haram insurgents with Islam
The Founder of Lutful-Lahi International, Sheikh Mohammed Robiu Abdul Malik, has called on Nigerians not to relent in prayers for the success of the present administration. Abdul Malik, who spoke at the yearly Lailatul Qadr in Lagos, also enjoined Nigerians not to link the Boko Haram insurgents with Islam, as he emphasized that Islam is…
‘Muslims should seek forgiveness, shun corruption after Ramadan’
As the holy month of Ramdan winds up, the Nasrul-Lahi-L-Fatih Society (NASFAT) has urged Muslims to seek from Allah forgiveness of past infractions and corruptions of body and mind through prayers and continue the good deeds after Ramadan. Speaking at the Lailatul Qadr prayer, the Chief Missioner of NASFAT, Abdul Azeez Onike said Lailatul Qadr…
Befitting healthcare, accommodation, feeding await Muslim pilgrims at 2018 hajj
Plateau State intending Muslim pilgrims to the 2018 Hajj exercise have been assured of adequate health care as well as befitting accommodation and feeding during the holy pilgrimage. The Executive Secretary, Plateau State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board, Barrister Auwal Abdullahi, said he and other officials of the board had just returned from Saudi Arabia, on…