MUSWEN urges Ummah to stay safe at salah
The Muslim Ummah of South West Nigeria (MUSWEN) has urged Muslims in Nigeria to comply with the Federal Government’s directive to curtail the spread of COVID-19 while celebrating Eid-el Fitri.
Government urged to tackle poverty through Zakat
The National Amir of The Companion, Alhaji Wale Sonaike, has enjoined the Federal Government to tap into the nation’s abundant resources to tackle the extreme poverty bedeviling the citizens.
‘Ramadan has gone, but righteous deeds remain’
Muslims across the country have been urged to continue to exhibit good characters and uphold their spiritual commitments after Ramadan. The Muslim Public Affairs Center (MPAC), the Muslim Rights Concerns (MURIC), and The Muslim Students Society of Nigeria (MSSN), in their Eid el Fitri messages, urged the faithful not to go back to the old…
On the 10th year anniversary of MUSWEN - Part I
The Muslim Ummah of Southwest Nigeria (hereafter MUSWEN) is marking its tenth year anniversary. Yes. It has been ten years since the day the idea was birthed. It has been ten years since...