That 2018 hajj fares are lesser than last year’s
Although there were speculations that the 2018 Hajj fares may be higher than that of 2017, it is a great achievement for the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) to bring the fares down. Some quarters had claimed that the fares may be N2million, apparently owing to the fact that the fares had been on…
Our interest lies in progress for Nigeria, says MURIC
“It is not religion. It is about good governance. If Vice President Yemi Osinbajo who is a Christian cleric contests election tomorrow we will support him because he shares the same vision with President Muhammadu Buhari. Wole Soyinka and Femi Falana are Christians. We will not hesitate to rally behind them tomorrow if they vie…
Re-Jos as a metaphor
And hasten to forgiveness from your Lord and a garden as wide as the heavens and earth, prepared for the righteous; those who spend in the cause of the Almighty during ease and hardship and those who restrain their anger; those who pardon others – surely He loves the doers of good (Quran 3: 133-134)…
Coalition on hijab faults court ruling on Firdaus
The Coalition of Islamic Organisations on Justice for Firdausa Amasa Abdulsalam and Hijab-related Matters has expressed dismay over the court ruling refusing the Hijab Rights Advocacy Initiative’s application for joinder. Chairman of the Coalition, Abdur-Rahman Balogun, in statement said the grounds relied on by the court in refusing the Hijab Rights Advocacy Initiative’s application for…
Muslim schools should be seen as service to mankind not business
The Chancellor of leading Islamic online University, IOU, Sheikh Dr. Bilal Philips has charged Muslim School owners to see schools as a form of worship rather than business. This he said would ensure that pupils and students get proper Islamic education and become good citizens. Philips stated this while delivering a lecture during one-day seminar…
Why vulnerable people should suspend hajj
The Saudi Arabia Ministry of Health has recommended that people over 65 years and those with chronic diseases such as heart disease, kidney disease, respiratory disease...
Preparing Nigerian pilgrims for successful 2018 hajj
Expectations are high that Nigerian pilgrims participating in the forthcoming 2018 hajj would perform excellently in conformity with rules and regulations of the Saudi Arabian authority.
Former U.S President hosts NASFAT Missioner
Chief Missioner of Nasrul-Lahi-Fathi society, (NASFAT), Imam Abdul Azeez Onike has been invited by the former United States (US) President Jimmy Carter, to participate
Ahmadiyya leader advocates fairness, equity, justice
This Amir Ahmadiyya Muslim Jaam’at Nigeria, Dr Mash’ud Aderele Fashola has advised every citizen of Nigeria to trend the path of righteousness, fair play, and respect for the rights of others, which will eventually result in desirable changes towards sustenance of security, peace and prosperity.
Are you Ramadan Muslims?
What type of Muslims are you after Ramadan? Or rather, what type of Muslim have you become since the end of the glorious month? One way to answer these questions might be to say that who you are and what become of you after Ramadan would largely be a function of the type of fasting you embarked upon during the month.