NAHCON urges pilgrims to get Oral Polio, Cebro-spinal meningitis vaccines
In line with Saudi Arabian medical guidelines for intending pilgrims, the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) has urged all pilgrims for 2016 Hajj to get themselves immunised
Aftermath of ruling on Hijab, MURIC sues for peace
The Director, Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC), Professor Ishaq Akintola, however, called on the state government not to succumb to pressure from the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and ensure that the rule of law prevails.
Ramadan: MURIC pleads state pardon for prisoners
Leveraging on the season of Ramadan as the divinely acknowledged month of mercy, The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has appealed to the Federal and State governments ...
Celebration as court upholds use of hijab in Osun schools
For the Muslim girls in Osun State public secondary schools, it was a new dawn as the State High Court declared that the female students are free to wear hijab in their schools.
Why Muslim world should reclaim power of unity
The recurrent resurgence and attacks on Muslims across the globe recently came to the fore when the Ummah gathered in Istanbul, Turkey to chart a new course for the faithful.
Prepare well for Ramadan, scholar advises muslims
A senior lecturer in the department of Arabic and Islamic studies, University of Ibadan, Dr Wole Abbas has advised Muslims in the country to be spiritually and physically prepared for 2016...
The blessed month of Ramadan is here!
“O believers! Fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you so that you may learn self-restraint.
‘Rescue of Chibok girls symbolises the supreme power of Allah’
“It is also sad that the 19-year old girl, Amina Ali Nkeke is now a mother contrary to her will and that of her parents while Serah Lukah would also have been subjected to abuse in captivity.