Untold stories of Islamization in Nigeria - Part 2
Back to Omo Al-Hajja, divine ministration eventually came her way. When it was time for the girl to tie the marriage knot, she was betrothed by a man who professed the faith of her mother.
Women faith-based groups collaborate to eradicate gender violence
In an effort to eradicate gender based violence in the society, three prominent faith based organisations, Nasrul-Lahi-l-Fatih Society (NASFAT), Women Wing of Christian Association of Nigeria...
Zakat tool to achieve an egalitarian society, says Minister
Minister of Mines and Steel, Arch Abdul-Hakeem Olamilekan Adegbite has urged Nigerians to assist the needy, which, he said, Muslims could achieve through the payment of Zakat.
Muslim News Anniversary lecture to tackle negative portrayal of Islam
Early in 2021, Muslim news Nigeria announced some achievers in Nigeria and across the world as Muslim Personalities of the Year 2020
‘Why Muslim parents must pioritise Qur’an memorisation’
With the high manifestation of youth unrest in society, Muslim parents have identified the knowledge of the Holy Qur’an as a tool to shape the lives of youths to be responsible citizens.
Untold stories of Islamization in Nigeria - Part I
He was a star during the First Republic. He had all it took for men to become men during that period. A lawyer, he was; a successful politician, he was. Sweet in speech
MSSN Lagos warns youths against social vices
The Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria, Lagos State Area Unit, has cautioned youths in the country against social vices.
Imam Abu Hanifah versus and Imam Malik (11)
ABU Hanifah therefore reminded his fellow jurist of what the Prophet (a.s) said when a man came to him saying, “Imagine if a man comes to take my money, what shall I do?” The Prophet (a.s) told him not to give it to him.