MURIC chides LASTMA over alleged violation of Muslims’ rights
The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has urged the Lagos State Traffic Management Agency (LASTMA) to respect the right to religion of Muslims in its service.
ZSF empowers Muslims during holiday season
As part of efforts to ensure the less privilege has a worry-free holiday season, Zakat and Sadaqat Foundation has partnered with O.I.E Majmuh to put a smile on indigents Muslims.
‘How social justice stimulates peaceful co-existence’
The Deputy Governor of Ogun State, Mrs. Noimot Salako-Oyedele, has urged Muslims holding public office to uphold virtuous conduct in all their dealings.
This can’t be in Jesus name!
Thus the season began. Like it did last year, the Christmas season began in this village immediately the calendar read 1st December, 2019. It began with my Christian compatriots feeling justifiably excited
Obstacles to Muslims unity, political participation in Nigeria
The growing number of Muslims in politics and indeed public offices are not without some obstacles that appeared to have impaired the unity of the Ummah, while consideration for religious etiquettes lays bare.
LEMU on tackling rising tide of insecurity
The Lekki Muslim Ummah (LEMU) has appealed to Federal and State government to implement a number of measures to better safeguard citizen.
Groups harp on right of the Palestinian people to self-determination
Despite numerous United Nations resolutions to endorse the creation of an independent Palestine state, the Palestinian people are still denied the right to self-determination.
UNILAG Muslim community commends recipients of productivity award
The University of Lagos, UNILAG Muslim Community, has commended President Muhammadu Buhari for the merit award conferred on dedicated Nigerians who have proved to be exceptional in public service.