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10 Sep
Towards improving Islamic education standards in Nigeria, Lekki Muslim Umah (LEMU) has commissioned N200 million classrooms and hostel accommodation for students of Lekki Qur’an Memorization College.
10 Sep
With the high manifestation of youth unrest in society, Muslim parents have identified the knowledge of the Holy Qur’an as a tool to shape the lives of youths to be responsible citizens.
10 Sep
He was a star during the First Republic. He had all it took for men to become men during that period. A lawyer, he was; a successful politician, he was. Sweet in speech
10 Sep
The Management of Skypoint International Academy (SPIA) said the school is among the league of top-notch schools not just within the state, but in the country.
10 Sep
The Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria, Lagos State Area Unit, has cautioned youths in the country against social vices.
3 Sep
ABU Hanifah therefore reminded his fellow jurist of what the Prophet (a.s) said when a man came to him saying, “Imagine if a man comes to take my money, what shall I do?” The Prophet (a.s) told him not to give it to him.
3 Sep
The Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo has said that to attain long-lasting resolutions, peace, and progress in the country, leaders must be willing to make sacrifices even at the risk of their popularity.
3 Sep
The Lagos State Chapter of League of Muslim School Proprietors (LEAMSP) has urged Lagos State government to review school approval process to enable more private schools get approved.
3 Sep
The Companion, an association of Muslim men in business and the professions has called on government at various levels to implement economic policies and programmes that will lead to inclusive growth...
27 Aug
Hardly is there a culture in which disagreement on the branches of the religion and its practical manifestation in the secular spheres of life viewed more positively other than Islam.
27 Aug
The Lagos State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board may not sell forms for 2022 Hajj exercise as the Board as exceeded the previous slot.
27 Aug
NASFAT Youth Wing, Zone One has charged the Federal Government to create an enabling environment, policies and programs that would engage more youth in agriculture.

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