Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria
Asiwaju Tella and the long walk to honour
To the bounteous glory of Almighty Allah, my brother and friend, Kayode Awobadejo, a distinguished Muslim alumnus of Concord Press, clocked age 60, just six days ago.
Spare nobody in fight against hate speech, sultan tells government
The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar III, yesterday charged the Federal Government to be “decisive in dealing with those who are bent on heating up the polity with hate speeches, no matter how highly placed they may be.”
‘Why government should support MSSN in capacity building’
The Federal and State governments have been urged to give an utmost support to the Muslim Students Society of Nigeria (MSSN) in its quest to enhance the technical and intellectual capacity of Nigerian youths. Stakeholders at the just concluded Junior debate and essay writing competition held by the Lagos Area Unit of MSSN, government should…
Muslim women tackle mental illness
Scores of Muslims women (Muslimahs) at the “Ummuat Day” organized by Ummuat Forum, an arm of the Muslim Students Society of Nigeria (MSSN), Lagos State Unit, to chart path to tackling mental illness in the country. A gest speaker, and Consultant Psychiatrist at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Dr Kafayat Ogunsola, who spoke at…
‘Muslims should stand against all forms of corruption’
The Muslims Ummah in Nigeria have been urged to stand against all forms of corruption that may be detrimental to social welfare and jeopardise their faith. The Muslim Students Society of Nigeria (MSSN) made this call in a communiqué at the 1st National Quiz competition and 1439AH National conference held in Abuja. The competition featured…
Muslim students back Buhari’s anti-corruption war
Muslim Students in the country yesterday threw their weight behind the anti-graft war of President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration and specifically commended the Federal government for introducing the “whistle blowing policy” which according to them has boost the war.
Muslim cleric canvasses support for anti-graft war
A Muslim Cleric has hailed a Lagos High Court ruling permitting students to wear hijab to school and urged all the states to follow suit.