Practical antidote Nigeria needs to regain glory, by cleric
For Nigeria to regain its lost glory, the political leaders have been urged to exhibit the fear of Allah in their national commitments and extend the hands of fellowship to fellow citizens.
Centenary Ahmadiyyah Movement launches book
Clerics of both religions – Islam and Christianity have been urged to encourage peaceful co-existence among Nigerians through preaching.Lagos State governor, Akinwunmi Ambode gave this admonition, Thursday, last week in Lagos at the presentation ceremony....
On the meaning of Easter in Islam
In other words, Prophet Isa’s mother was born to the family of a chaste woman and a righteous man by name Prophet Imran (a.s). Both husband and wife had desired the fruit of the womb.
Hate preaching breeds acrimony among Nigerians, cleric warns
Ojelade made this call during a press briefing in Lagos to usher in the 101st yearly conference of the association slated for Anwar-ul Islam Model College, Agege, from Friday, 14th to Sunday, 16th April, 2017.
The month of Rajab is here
Brethren, a week ago, the Muslim world began the countdown to the sacred month of Ramadan. It did when the crescent which signaled the beginning of the month of Rajab appeared in the horizon.
Timeless lessons from Qu’ran for public office holders
Lagos State Commissioner for Home Affairs, Dr. Abdul-Hakeem Abdul-Lateef has urged Nigerians, politicians and public office holders to seek Qur’an knowledge, saying it is indispensable to understanding what Allah requires of us as His creatures.
Still on suicide, depression and evil eye
Brethren, when the incident of the act of suicide of the medical doctor took place over a week ago, it was explained away as an aftermath of depression. The latter, medical practitioners would argue, is an extremely complex disease.
NAHCON introduces online registration for 2017 Hajj
The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) has insisted that it will deploy Information Technology gadgets and adopt online registration for the forthcoming 2017 hajj exercise.
Katsina to investigate financial fraud in pilgrims’ board
A alleged financial fraud involving staff of the Katsina State Pilgrims Welfare Board is to be investigated by the state government.The fraud was alleged to have been committed during the 2016 hajj operation, in which pilgrims were short-changed their Basic Travelling Allowance...