Anwar-ul Islam united for religious propagation
The newly elected National President of Anwar-ul Islam Movement of Nigeria, Alhaji Mubashir Adekunle Ojelade, has enjoined Muslims to exhibit the fear of Allah in their daily endeavours and advocated a strategic action plan to consolidate the peace reconciliatory process to unite the movement.
Ojelade, who emerged among other 10 executive members after a national congress in Lagos said: “I shall be president for all and will bear no grudge against anyone. However, we shall be firm and decisive when occasion demands, there will be no room for fractions, camps or clique. Posterity will not forgive anybody who attempts to ignite any further crises or disaffection in the movement or who allows himself to be used to do anything, which may be adverse to the overall interest and stability of the movement,”
He promised that his administration would work towards a new direction for the movement, “a direction of hope, genuine brotherhood, love, spiritual development and prosperity,”
Ojelade reiterate the needs for members to forgive one another and join hand with the new administration to move the movement forward and reclaim its rightful place within the Ummah.
He acknowledged the efforts of the present administration in tackling corruption, indiscipline and controlling insurgence in the country and urged the Federal Government to pay more attention to increasing rate of poverty in the country.
The new executive members include: Alhaji M.A Salau, Alhaji M.A. Atekoja, Alhaji T.A.B. Osho, Bro. AbdulAzeez Daud, Alhaji H.A Ajani, Alhaji (Major) F.A. Shittu (rtd), Alhaji I.B. JOSE, Alhaji R.O. Adewale, Alhaji Imran Agunbiade, Alhaji W.O.Lasisi.