Medical experts justify Islamic position on cleanliness
Stakeholders in the healthy living have advised Muslims to take care of their health in line with Islamic tenets, which placed emphasis on cleanliness and good living. This was the submission at one-day Health Lecture organised by Bodija Muslim Youth Forum (BOMYOF) entitled: “You and Your Health” in Ibadan. Delivering a lecture, Alhaja Basirat Giwa,…
MSSN targets 5000 delegates at 100th IVC in Epe
No fewer than 5000 delegates are expected to grace the Islamic Vacation Course (IVC) organised by the Lagos State Area Unit of the Muslim Students Society of Nigeria (MSSN). This year’s IVC, which marked the 100th edition, is slated to hold between December 21st 2015 and January 1st 2016, at the Human Capital Development Centre…
Ahmadiyya holds Islamic education / moral training conference in Warri
THE regional Islamic education and moral training conference, Jalsa Tarbiyya of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat, Nigeria and members in the eastern region of the country will open today at the Federal Government College, Warri, Delta State. The three days conference has as theme, Religious tolerance and cooperation: a catalyst for peace, unity and sustainable development. According…
Nasarawa hosts national Qur’anic recitation contest
ONLY 10 out of over 500 participants from Oyo state will participate in the 30th edition of the National Quranic Recitation Competition slated to commence in Nasarawa on January 7, 2016. The state Coordinator of the programme, Alhaji Abdulganiy Abdulsalam said in Ibadan that the 10 participants, who emerged from screening exercise that involved six zones…
Why do Muslims celebrate the last prophet?
In the name of the Almighty, the Beneficent, the Merciful ““Muhammad is not the father of any male among you, but he is the messenger of the Almighty...” (Q 33:40)
Ahmadiyya’s Qur’an memorisation school graduates 48 Hufaadz
EFFORTS by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Nigeria to ensure the preservation of the Holy Qur’an through memorization by young boys and girls within the age bracket of nine to 13 years are yielding result with the graduation, recently, of 48 students who have memorised the holy Qur’an.
NASFAT donates medical equipment to hospital
THE Nasrul-Lahi-L-Faith Society of Nigeria (NASFAT) has donated some medical equipment worth a million naira to the Gbagada General Hospital, Lagos, as part of its social contribution support to cater for the needy and save lives in the hospital.
MURIC praises Ooni’s plan to turn around Ife, empower youths
THE newly crowned Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II has been urged to remain focused in his drive to turnaround the ancient city of Ile-Ife in all ramifications.
Taming the monster of failure, by Ayo-Adeyemi
THE secret of success lies in vision, commitment and determination, not excluding firm belief and reliance on Allah (SWT). However, a reputable cleric, Alhaji Tola Ayo-Adeyemi has identified other factors that play major role in taming the monster of failure.
NASFAT diaspora tasked on obedience to constituted authority
NASFAT members in the diaspora have been charged with the task of showcasing the tenets of Islam particularly with regards to optimum compliance and obedience to the laws of their host countries.