Ramadan and war against corruption - Part 2
I remember the religious leaders; leaders who have become world dealers. I doubt whether there are differences between politicians and religious leaders anymore. Yes. Politicians engage in material corruption, religious leaders engage in spiritual corruption; politicians steal from the national purse, religious leaders....
Participation of righteous people in politics is paramount , says commissioner
Lagos State Commissioner of Home Affairs, Dr. AbdulHakeem AbdulLateef, has harped on the need for Muslims and all righteous people in Nigeria to participate actively in the political arena, otherwise the nation would not experience ideal democracy which would bring the desired social-economic development, infrastructural growth, prosperity and happiness.
Imperatives of taking good care of widows, by scholars
The need for Nigerians to take adequate care of widows and the orphans have been stressed.Reputable scholars and members of Nasrul-lahi-l-Fatih Society of Nigeria (NASFAT), Zone 2, at the 2018 Ramadan Lecture in Lagos emphasized the need for Muslims and Nigerians in entirety to give adequate attention to widows imbibe the culture of charity in Ramadan and beyond.
Group tasks Muslims on virtues of peace, tolerance
Executive Chairman, Lagos State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), Sopeyin Ganiyu Oluremi, has said those that have excess must show gratitude by helping others aside exhibiting total submission to Allah’s commandments.
18 winners emerge in Lagos Qur’an competition
The competition is held in honour of late Alhaji AbdulLateef Adegbite, the pioneer President of the Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria (MSSN), who died nearly six years ago.The 18 reciters emerged in the various categories of the competition. The reciters were tested on memorisation, pronunciation, voice sonority, composition and dressing.
Ramadan and war against corruption Part 1
Brethren! This year’s fasting period is taking place at a time government at the centre is waging war against corruption. It is taking place at a time corruption...
Parents urged to curb drug abuse by children
From the pulpit came a call to parents to pay more attention to their homes with a view to curbing the menace of drug abuse among children.
Katsina intending pilgrims pay N1.5 million for hajj
Pilgrims planning to visit Saudi Arabia for this year’s hajj exercise from Katsina State are to pay a fare of N1,463,410 each.
Scholar chides youth over immoral dressing
An erudite Islamic scholar and Imam, Al-Ameen Central Mosque, Alhaji AbdulRazak Hassan has urged the youth to shun all forms of immoral dressing that has contributed to decadence in the society.