NASFAT inaugurates new executive council
The remark was made by the renowned erudite Islamic preacher, Alh. Muyideen Ajani Bello at the inauguration of the new executive of the society which held at the Lagos State Secretariat Mosque, Alausa - Ikeja, Lagos.
How Lagos consolidates gains of effective hajj management, by commissioner
The commissioner said the state was awarded the most outstanding state in 2016 by the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON), due to its exceptional performance in the last exercise.
NATAIS tasks government on revamping teaching of religion in schools
Teachers under the aegis of Nigerian Association of Teachers of Arabic and Islamic Studies (NATAIS) have emphasized the need for proper teaching of religion in schools, describing it as a veritable platform to instill moral discipline in students.
“Can I pay zakat on my pension fund?”
He is one of the avid readers of the Friday Sermon. He reads Friday Sermon as a filter for the inanities and contrarieties in our reality.
Muslim scholars task media on fair reports
The need for the Nigerian media to be objective, fair and factual in reporting Islamic related events, particularly the yearly hajj exercise has been stressed.
From Ahmadiyya, economic empowerment for the youth
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at Nigeria has urged faithful youths to tap into business opportunities abound in the society with utmost commitment and Islamic ethical standards.
MURIC faults allegations of ‘Islamising’ Nigeria
The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has faulted the allegations by some retired military generals and Christian elders under the aegis of the National Christian Elders Forum (NCEF) that Nigeria was being Islamised.
Al-Hujjaj counsels pilgrims on hajj rites
Determined to have a hitch free hajj, Al-Hujjaj International Hajj and Umrah Service Nigeria Limited has embarked on training for intending pilgrims. The Pilgrims were counsel on Dos and Don’ts of hajj, medical check up and handed a guidebook to make the spiritual voyage fruitful.
“They who shall not cry”
During the past two weeks and in fact up till this moment, I have learnt and still continue to learn hard lessons in life and living. I have learnt and continue to do that there is a world difference between giving sermon and receiving sermons.