‘Why Muslim parents must pioritise Qur’an memorisation’
With the high manifestation of youth unrest in society, Muslim parents have identified the knowledge of the Holy Qur’an as a tool to shape the lives of youths to be responsible citizens.
Untold stories of Islamization in Nigeria - Part I
He was a star during the First Republic. He had all it took for men to become men during that period. A lawyer, he was; a successful politician, he was. Sweet in speech
High prices deprive faithful of Sallah celebration amid ‘declining’ inflation
From 2009 until four years ago, Raheem Adelabu, who until recently was a business analyst with a leading insurance firm and devout Muslim, was used to buying three rams to celebrate Eid-el-Kabir...
Presidency dismisses critics on Buhari’s appointments
The Presidency, yesterday, dismissed criticism of President Muhammadu Buhari’s appointments into Federal Government positions, saying the constitution does not insist on a Christian/Muslim balance in filling such posts.
Aregbesola, Abdurrazaq, others to attend Muslim students’ convention
Nigera's Minister for Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, veteran journalist, Abdurrazaq Abdusalam, and top Islamic scholars are among dignitaries expected to grace the Higher Institution Convention of Muslim Students
Muslim rights groups demand justice for attacks in Osun
Islamic human rights organisations have condemned the attack unleashed by masquerade worshippers on members of Qamaruden Society of Nigeria, which claimed the life of one of the leaders of the group
Nestlé Nigeria celebrates Eid-el-Fitir food festival in Kano
Nestle Nigeria, manufacturer of Maggi seasoning and Pure life bottle water, yesterday, hosted hundreds of loyal consumers to a special food festival
Governor Sule’s aide urges prayers for nation’s peace, development
Alhaji Hashimu Jibrin-Gurku, an aide to Gov. Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State, has called on Muslim faithful to pray for peace and development in the country.