IMO tasks parents on religious education for children
Muslim parents and guardians have been urged to actively play their parental role in the moral, religious and educational upbringing of their children.
Saudi Arabia lifts quota on Muslim pilgrims
Succour is around the corner for intending pilgrims in Nigeria, as the Saudi Arabian government lifts the quota on number of pilgrims allowed to perform the yearly hajj rites.
Appearance of the name of The Almighty on a tree
I once mentioned it in this column that one of the fundamental errors scholars of religion have committed is the translation of the word “aayat” into “verse”. This is because the literal meaning of the word “aayat” made use of in the Quran....
‘New Year message’ from Ibn Al-Qayyim
There was certainly in their stories a lesson for those of understanding. Never was the Qur’an a narration invented, but a confirmation of what was before it and a detailed explanation of all things and guidance and mercy for a people who believe.
Our cities deserve to be clean in the New Year
Brethren, contrary to the popular trend, I do not rejoice each time the calendar reads 31st December. I do not celebrate the passage of days and months, the passage of my life.
NASFAT lauds Nigerian Army for Sambisa forest victory
The Nasrul-Lahi-L-Fatih Society (NASFAT) has commended the gallantry of the Nigerian army particularly the exceptional bravery and patriotism of the soldiers who fought to demystify ...
Exactly what does Jesus Christ stand for?
This Sunday, the 25th of December, 2016, our compatriots who follow the teachings of Prophet Isa (Jesus Christ upon him be peace) shall be celebrating his birthday.
Muslim professionals tackle recession at convention
The Guild of Muslim Professionals (GMP) has concluded arrangement to take over 200 Muslim professionals across the country to Benin Republic as part activities for its fourth yearly convention.