Kwara Government didn’t ban religious activities in public schools – CAN
The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Kwara Chapter, says the State Government has not banned religious activities in public schools.
U.S.-Iran clash and the rest of us
Escalated tension between the United States (U.S.) and Iran has lately gone on a roller coaster drive, with reverberating effects in many parts of the world including Nigeria.
Sri Lanka poll: Though peaceful and credible, cohesion a concern
The Commonwealth Observer Group has commended the people of Sri Lanka on a largely peaceful, credible and orderly election but expressed concern that some groups experienced fear and intimidation
‘Why Muslims should harness halal finance investment’
Following the lingering border closure by the Federal Government, the Institute of Islamic Finance Professionals (IIFP) has called on Muslims to tap into the opportunities presented by halal Islamic finance investment.
Don't worry, Modi tells India's Muslims
Prime Minister Narendra Modi sought Sunday to reassure India's Muslims over a new citizenship law that has sparked deadly protests and put his Hindu nationalist government
MURIC chides LASTMA over alleged violation of Muslims’ rights
The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has urged the Lagos State Traffic Management Agency (LASTMA) to respect the right to religion of Muslims in its service.
‘Shariah law is not Islamisation of Nigeria’
Concerned Islamic scholars across the country have thrown their weights behind the suggestions of the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Muhammad Tanko, calling for the improvement of the status of the Shari’ah
Obstacles to Muslims unity, political participation in Nigeria
The growing number of Muslims in politics and indeed public offices are not without some obstacles that appeared to have impaired the unity of the Ummah, while consideration for religious etiquettes lays bare.