NASFAT spends N60.9m on the vulnerable
The Nasrul-Lahi-L-Fatih Society (NASFAT), in celebration of the end of Ramadan, fed no fewer than 6,500 less-privileged across Nigeria and showered over N60 million on vulnerable during the COVID-19 pandemic.
NASFAT strengthens faith through online Asalatu
Notwithstanding the lockdown, the Nasrul Lahi-L-Fatih Society (NASFAT) has continued to strengthen faith of Muslims through online Asalatu.
Stay at home, strengthen family bond, NASFAT urges Nigerians
Nasrul Lahi-L-Fatih Society (NASFAT) has advised individuals to make productive use of the stay at the home policy to strengthen the family bond, observe prayer congregation with family members
‘Crash in crude oil price signals a devastating impact of coronavirus on Nigeria’
The answer is yes! This is because we are going into an uncharted terrain. Ebola is not the same as COVID-19, so, we all need to be prudent and conservative as possible.
Coronavirus shrinks religious gatherings as ‘pray-at-home’ order reigns
As the coronavirus spreads like wildfire, the effect is fast affecting religious gatherings particularly Friday prayers as many nations suspend congregational prayers and order ‘pray-at-home’ for faithful.
NASFAT empowers women, condemns gender inequalities
The Nasiru Lahi-l- Fatih Society (NASFAT), has urged government at all levels to embrace gender equality in order to give women the opportunity to produces a balanced individual who will be useful to the society.
NASFAT seeks peaceful co-existence among religious faithful as it celebrates 25th anniversary
The Nasru-lahi-l- fathi Society of Nigeria (NASFAT) has said that peaceful co-existence among various faithful is the best way for Nigeria to achieve its social and economic aspirations.
NASFAT underscores on significance of social justice
Nasru-lahi-I-fatih society (NASFAT) has urged Muslims to promote the principle of social justice in the country.Speaking during an event to commemorate the World Social Justice Day held in Warri, Delta State, the Chief Missioner of the society, Imam Abdul-Azeez Onike