Bello emerges NASFAT deputy chief missioner
NASRU-LAHI-L-FATIH Society (NASFAT) has appointed a new Deputy Chief Missioner for the Society. He is Imam Abdullateef Muhammed Bello.President of NASFAT, Engr. Kamil Yomi Bolarinwa, represented by the Vice President of NASFAT Barr Sulaimon Fagbemi, confirmed Bello as the new deputy chief imam at a special event held at NASFAT headquarters, Alausa, Ikeja Lagos.
Presenting him to the congregation, Fagbemi informed the members that due constitutional and painstaking procedures were applied in the selection of the new deputy chief missioner after which it was ratified by the Board of Trustees and the National Council of Elders’ of the Society.
He therefore, congratulated Imam Abdullateef Muhammed Bello for his emergence after the rigorous procedural guidelines in the selection. Bello is one of the foundational Missioners of the Society and prior to this appointment, He has been the Ogun Zonal Missioner of the society.
Bello holds a degree in Arabic studies from the University of Ado-Ekiti and has been involved in major Dawah activities, delivering lectures within and outside the Society.He was born fifty-three years ago and he is happily married with children. The appointment takes immediate effect.