The Chief Missioner of NASFAT, Imam Mahroof Abdulazeez Onike, in a chart with The Guardian said group has resorted to holding spiritual lectures online in order to ensure that members do not get spiritually down.
Sultan recommends black seed, honey for COVID-19 treatment
In the current global fight against COVID-19 pandemic, the President General, Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) and Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar, has called on the World Health Organisation ...
Brethren! Month of Ramadan is two weeks from today!
Today is 18 Shaaban1441 A.H. This means that the month of Ramadan is less than two weeks from today depending on the sighting of the moon and the location of each Muslim community across the world.
‘Step up awareness on importance of lockdown’
The Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria (MSSN), Lagos State Area Council, has stressed the need for more public enlightenment on COVID-19 at the grassroots level.
'Role of Muslim women in combating coronavirus'
The Al-Mu’minaat Organisation (The Believing Women) has urged women to play critical role in curtailing the spread of coronavirus pandemic, noting that women face heightened risk of exposure to the virus due to their social role in the society.
Wealthy Muslims urged to assist masses during COVID-19 crisis
The Oyo State Muslim Community has urged the wealthy Muslims in the country to assist the masses at this critical time. The Muslim Community, in a statement signed by its Chairman, Alhaji Kule Sanni
America is at ‘war’ with the ‘unseen’ - Part II
Only couple of days ago, I arrived at the ‘shore’ of Chapter 72 of the Last Testament. Ayat 10 of that chapter reads- And we do not know [therefore] whether evil is intended for those on earth or whether their Lord intends for them a right course”.
America is at ‘war’ with the ‘unseen’ - Part I
The likeness of the life of the present is as the rain which We send down from the skies: by its mingling arises the produce of the earth- which provides food for men and animals: (It grows) till the earth...
Lagos, Abuja, Kogi mosques shut against coronavirus
Following Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s directive on the ban of public gatherings above 50 people, many Muslim worshippers in Lagos State have shun various mosques activities.
Group urges fervent prayers to combat COVID-19
The Criterion, an Association of Muslim Women in Business and Professions has commend the laudable efforts of Governor Sanwo-olu led administration on the proactive measures put in place in curtailing the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus Pandemic in Lagos State.