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26 Feb 2015
THE leadership of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Nigeria has inaugurated the new Editorial Board for the First Weekly Muslim Newspaper in Nigeria – The Truth Newspaper. The Editorial Board consist of seasoned Journalists, scholars and writers drawn from different parts of Nigeria. They are Brother Matepo, Chairman, Dr, Abdul Ganiy Adiamo, Editor, Dr Saeed Timehin,…
19 Feb 2015
In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent the Merciful Surely the Almighty alone has the knowledge of the Hour… He knows what is in the womb; No soul knows what tomorrow will bear; and no one knows in what land he will die. Surely, He is all-knowing… (Q. 31:34) BRETHEN, attend any prayer in your…
19 Feb 2015
NOTWITHSTANDING the intrigues trailing the forthcoming general elections, the Muslim Ummah have been urged to exercise their franchise with fairness and march out en-mass to vote God-fearing leaders irrespective of political affiliation.     Some reputable Islamic scholars who spoke with The Guardian recently emphasized the need for Muslims to have their voices heard through…
19 Feb 2015
“All of you are shepherds and all would be asked of his herds” – saying of prophet Muhammad. THE community of Islam is highly presupposed with the faith and principles of governance.  It is a community model in which there are specified tasks and obligations binding on the rulers and the subjects. Some of these…
19 Feb 2015
THE leadership of the Commonwealth Youth Council (CYC) has conferred a peace ambassador award on Popoola Isiaka Olamilekan, a member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community of Nigeria. Mr. Olamilekan is a member of the youth wing (Majlis Khuddamul Ahmadiyya) of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community.   The event, which took place in Abuja recently was part…
12 Feb 2015
“… the life of this world is small comfort compared to the next world.” (Qur’an 13:26) In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful HE came to the mechanic workshop accompanied by his driver. They came in the latest car in town. It was one of the new brands from Toyota - cars that…
12 Feb 2015
...Holds meeting on March 1 THE University of Lagos Muslim Alumni (UMA) has formally inaugurated a Lagos State branch to run its activities in the state. Up till now, the association only had a single national body and executives running its affairs nationwide. But with the inauguration of an Abuja branch last year, it became…
12 Feb 2015
ONE of the challenges facing our generation as human beings is that of combining work with raising a family. In order to overcome this, many contemporary young families have resorted to hiring maids to look after the home- taking care of the kids, cooking and doing other household chores. This in itself has resulted into…
5 Feb 2015
In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful Say: “O Allah! Master of the Kingdom! You give sovereignty to whoever You will and take sovereignty from whoever You will... You have power over all things.” (Q 3:26) A BRIEF contemplation of the above verse of the Quran would reveal the path which today’s sermon…
5 Feb 2015
IN 1995, Conference of Muslim Organisations of Nigeria, CAMON, came into being through the efforts of about 28 Muslim organisations in Ibadan, Oyo state. However in 1998, about 10 Muslim organisations constituted the foundation members. The groups were Muslim Association of Nigeria, Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat, Ansar-ud-Deen Society of Nigeria, Anwar-ul- Islam of Nigeria, Nasrudeen Society…
5 Feb 2015
THE 29th Qur’anic Recitation Competition held recently at Auchi, aMuslim growing cosmopolitan town in Edo State attracted great personalities and distinguished royal fathers across the country including the Emir of Kano, H.R.H Dr. (Alh) Muhammad Sanusi II in addition to 251 contestants that participated in the contest.    Princehood is an aspect that sustains truth…
5 Feb 2015
MANY Islamic organizations last week gathered at various strategic locations across the country to celebrate the World Hijab Day, amid calls for the Federal Government to encourage decent dressing in the society.    Specifically the government and all public institutions were urged to shun all acts that could amount to victimization of Muslim women on…

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