Imperatives of doing justice to Allah, humanity
The fear of Allah and upholding justice may have lost in the present day leadership and followership scenario, thereby leading to a corrupt and uncoordinated society.
Babalakin delivers UNIFEMGA 2015 lecture on doing business in Nigeria
Against the backdrop of dwindling economic fortunes, stakeholders in the business sector will converge on the ancient city of Ile-Ife, Osun State on Saturday to brainstorm on doing business in Nigeria.
Why Buhari should stand firm against corruption
The leadership of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Nigeria has urged the President-elect, General Muhammadu Buhari (retd) to stand firm against corruption and other vices plaguing the country, as he hits the ground running for positive change towards socio-political and economic turnaround of Nigeria as from May 29, 2015 when the new government is inaugurated.
Lessons in Thamudic History for those looting the National Treasury
It is a mansion. Everything about it gives a sense of a splendor; of the presence of everything money could buy. From a distance, the passer-by could count chalets of different architectural designs.
Promoting peaceful co-existence through inter-religious education
DEEP knowledge of various religious and ethnic backgrounds in the country has been described as a veritable tool to promoting peace and harmony among Nigerians.
The month of Rajab is here
In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful “Surely the number of months with Allah is twelve… among which four is sacred… do not, therefore, perpetrate injustice against yourself in it…” (Quran 9; 36).
Patience as virtue of Prophet Muhammad
We will test you with a certain amount of fear and hunger and loss of wealth and life and fruits of your toil. But give good news to the steadfast: Those who, when disaster strikes them, say, “we belong to Allah and to Him we will return “. Those are the people who will have blessings and mercy from their Lord; they are the ones who are guided.” -Quran 2, Verse 155-157
Why Umrah is getting popular among Muslims
LATELY, Muslim faithful have found deep interest in performing Umrah (lesser Hajj) on a regular basis. Even, some, who, hitherto, spent their vacations and holidays in Europe and America are now opting for Umrah as a more rewarding exercise. Responding to why the sudden surge in the popularity of Umrah among Muslims, Managing Director/CEO, Habdat Xpress, Alhaji Qasim Alabi said, “one of the reasons for this is awareness among the Muslims now of the importance of lesser hajj (umrah). People have also realized that they can actually plan their holidays in such a way that they will spend their money and still earn rewards from Allah. A lot of families now plan their holidays in this way. This is unlike in the past where everybody thinks of Europe or US for holiday.
Ahmadiyya centenary mosque underway
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at, Nigeria has laid the foundation of one of the centenary mosques to be built to mark the centenary anniversary of the Islamic organization in Nigeria.
Welfare Board to screen intending Ogun pilgrims
The screening is expected to hold from April 21 to 23, 2015 at the Board’s Secretariat, Block B, Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta, the state capital. According to a statement signed by ministry’s Press Officer, Sakirudeen Bashiru, the Board’s Executive Secretary, Alhaji Sefiu Rasheed has indicated that the screening would hold in batches within three days, to avail the board opportunity to carry out the screening thoroughly and successfully.
Chibok girls… NASFAT tasks govt on security
The leadership of Nasrul-lah Fathi Society (NASFAT) has expressed concern and sadness over the failure of the state security apparatus to rescue the 219 Chibok school girls who were abducted by the Boko Haram insurgents over one year ago while writing their final examinations.