Why Nigerians should embrace Islamic finance, by IIFP
The need for Nigerians to embrace the Islamic finance packages have been stressed in view of the current economic hardship and quest for finacial solutions by the corporate entities.
NASFAT, UNICEF partner to end violence against children
Nasru-Lahi-L-Fatih Society of Nigeria (NASFAT) and United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) have agreed to join forces to eradicate violence against children from the society before 2030.
Tolerance... as basic virtue of Muslims
From just this it is immediately apparent that there can be nothing else that Islam values more than a peaceful way of life, along with a life where one is faithful towards the Supreme Being, God.
TMC condemns mosque attack in Adamawa
The Amir of The Muslim Congress (TMC), Dr Lukman AbdurRaheem said his organization condemns unequivocally the dastardly bombing of Muslims in the Mosque by the forces of evil called Boko Haram.
JNI faults call to remove Nigeria from OIC, others
The Jama’tul Nasir Islam (JNI), has faulted the call for Nigeria to withdraw from Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC), arguing that it is not all relationships that are based on religion, but rather on bilateral interest of the country.
Lagos charges pilgrims on exemplary character
The Lagos State Muslim Pilgrim Welfare Board has urged Muslims who took part in 2017 spiritual voyage to be good ambassadors in the society.The Executive Secretary, Lagos State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board, Muftau Okoya,....
NASFAT equips public relations officers with digital marketing skills
Nasrul-lahi-li Fathi Society of Nigeria (NASFAT), has urged the public relations officers to take the advantage of an evolving digital space to spread the good news of Islam.
Clerics advocate religious freedom worldwide
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby and the Head of Ahmadiyah Muslim community, the Fifth Khalifa (Caliph), Mirza Masroor Ahmad have stressed the need for religious freedom worldwide.