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...
MUZASAF tasks Muslims on zakat obligation
A non-governmental charity organisation, Muslims Zakat and Sadaqah Foundation, has stressed the need for all Muslims to meet the yearly zakat obligation as way of wealth purification and crime reduction in the country.
Al-Mu’minat proffers solution to nation’s various challenges
Islam is perfect in all ramifications and thus all challenges faced by men are known to Allah and has provided adequate solution for them.
MUSWEN prays for the nation
Spurred by the need for divine intervention in the nation’s polity, the Muslim Ummah of South West Nigeria (MUSWEN) has offered special and fervent prayers for President Muhammadu Buhari, his government and the entire nation.
Lagos lauds Islamic group on youth development
Lagos State government has commended the Guild of Muslim Professionals (GMP) for initiating a youth development oriented programme to prepare the teeming young minds for a brighter future.
Man who married over 100 women
According to reports, Muhammad Bello Abubakar has died and left over 200 children behind. He was aged over 92 years. He lived in Bida and as a protégé of His Majesty, the Etsu Nupe, the King of Bida Land.
Muslim groups provide care to Lagos community
Muslim Hand Nigeria has joined forces with the Islamic Medical Association of Nigeria (IMAN) to aid healthy living in Makoko area of Lagos, as they distributed insecticide net and other medical facilities to the community.