Ramadan: Magu, Sagay, Ribadu, Oloyede, others, talk on corruption at Muslim media symposium
Proffering solutions to the burning issue of corruption in Nigeria, among others, will dominate the 12th annual Ramadan symposium of the Muslim Media Practitioners of Nigeria (MMPN) Abuja chapter tomorrow Saturday June 3.
NASFAT urges Muslims to show love, care to others at Ramadan
The President, Nasrul-lahi-l-Fatih Society, Engr Kamil Bolarinwa has charged Muslims in the country on love, care and peaceful coexistence with neighbours irrespective of religious affiliation, adding that goodness and other virtues enjoined by Allah in the month of Ramadan.....
Group holds lecture ahead of Ramadan
This admonition was made at a pre-Ramadhan lecture organised by Conference of Islamic Organisations (CIO) in Lagos, where Muslims were advised to be virtuous both during and after the fasting period.
‘Muslim scholars should promote unity during Ramadan’
As Muslim faithful across the country prepare for the 2017 Ramadan fasting, the Ummah has been urged to promote unity among Nigerians during the holy month.
‘How religious intolerance hinders societal growth’
The failure to tolerate one another religious beliefs and ethics has caused the nation its social peace and security with many innocent souls gruesomely murdered in the name of religious crisis.
And the nation fell sick
Watching the last public appearance of Mr President on television before he travelled to United Kingdom nearly broke my heart. It was at Aso Rock. He was welcoming and rejoicing with the 82 Chibok girls whose release was secured by the government during the past one week.
‘Islamic banking suitable for Muslims, non-Muslims’
The communiqué jointly signed by Otunba ‘Bayo Ogunbanjo, Oyesanya Sodiq, and Lawal Mufutau, said the level of awareness of Nigerians about Islamic Banking and Finance is very low, hence the wrong perception on the its relevance to the economic growth and development of the country.
Rejoinders to Friday sermon
The reason for this is simple- the emergence of Prophet Muhammad complements, amplifies and seals the message Jesus Christ and prophets before him brought to the world.
Amosun lauds NASFAT over N2.5 billion mosque
“Islam is a religion of peace, it is a big shame that people are ascribing violence with Islam,” he said. He urged Nigerians to live with one another in peace and harmony for the development of the country.