Absent mothers on Mother’s Day
Of all earthly gifts the Almighty could extend to man, that of having a loving and caring mother is the best. I thought this is true. I thought this is a reality. It is true because every mother, and indeed ....
Al-Ilory chides suicide bombers, calls for peaceful co-existence
The Rector of Arabic and Islamic Training Institute (Markaz) in Agege, Lagos Sheikh Habeebullahi Adam Abdullah Al-Ilory has said suicide bombers would face punishment on the Day of Judgment as against the erroneous perception of making heaven.
Minimum wage for workers; maximum pay for senators
Brethren, it was like a bolt from the blue. Nobody could have thought of it. Who could have thought that it is around this time that the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) would demand a new minimum wage.
MUSWEN moves to strengthen Zakat collection
Plans are underway by the Muslims Umah of South West Nigeria (MUSWEN) to strengthen Zakat collection to assist more indigent Muslims and solve some social problems confronting them.
Centenary celebration: Ahmadiyya holds free health service, peace walk
The Women Servants of Allah Group - Lajnal Immaillah of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat, Nigeria, last weekend organised free medical camp and health walk in Lagos to mark 100 years anniversary of the organisation in Nigeria.
On the ‘winnowing winds’ in Abuja
This morning, I agonized over what today’s topic should be. Events all around the country were all like those in the labour room: full of apprehensions and anxieties.
Al- Mu’minaat urges parents on effective child training
The Al-Mu’minaat (The Believing Women) Organization Mushin Local government has implored the various religious believes in promoting unity and harmony for peace to reign in the country.
No fuel, no light, no water!: Patience and prayer - Part 1
Brethren, these, no doubt, are difficult times. From Kano to Kaduna, from Lagos to Lokoja, we are all going through trying times. Suddenly our roads have become wider than before...