Jaiz Zakat empowers 1119 persons
Jaiz Zakat & Waqf Trust Fund (JZWTF) has distributed zakat proceeds to about 1,119 beneficiaries, who received cash and materials worth N40.1 million.
Islamic clerics seek compulsory HIV/AIDS test for intending couples
The secretary of the council, Shehu Abubakar, who led other members of the council to Government House yesterday, lamented that several intending couples in the state had victims of HIV/AIDS due to absence of the law.
Lessons only life could teach
Brethren, once again, he got to the gated house of the multi-millionaire in the city. Once again he was denied entry.
Taraba gets 1,457 Hajj seats
Ahead of the forthcoming Muslim pilgrimage to Saudi-Arabia, the National Hajj Commission has allocated 1,457 hajj seats to intending pilgrims in Taraba State.
LEAMPS adopts technology to enhance examination integrity
LEAMPS Examination Council (LEC), an affiliate of League of Muslim School Proprietors (LEAMPS), a channel for testing the preparedness of pupils for statutory examinations has adopted the Computer Based Test...
New officials for Muslim lawyers
The Oyo state chapter of the Muslim Lawyers Association of Nigeria (MULAN) has inaugurated a new executive committee.
VC condemns sectarian violence
The Vice Chancellor of Al-Hikmah University of Ilorin, Professor Taofeek Ibrahim, has taken a swipe at some Nigerian religious leaders accusing them of allegedly shunning moral teachings for mundane acquisition.
MPAC, ZSF seal pact to support visualy impaired Muslims
The Muslim Public Affairs Center (MPAC) and Zakat and Sadaqat Foundation (ZSF), have sealed an agreement to jointly promote the welfare and empowerment of the virtually impaired Muslims through intervention initiatives .....