The Muslim Congress (TMC), an organisation deeply involved in national integration, good governance and responsible citizenship, has lent its voice to events in Nigeria’s political space.
The Muslim Congress has lauded the Nigeria Police High Command for its recent announcement that female officers of Islamic faith, who so desire, will now be allowed to wear head-covers
1 Oct 2021
A reputable Islamic organisation, The Muslim Congress (TMC) has called for deep reflection and dialogue to solve the challenges besetting the country, noting that Nigeria has suffered setbacks
16 Oct 2020
The Muslim Congress (TMC) has commenced the building of a Youth Development Center in Lagos State to equip young minds with skills, which will develop, build-up their value-system and enhance their leadership ability.
16 Oct 2020
To ensure a better society where citizens feel safe, some Islamic organisations have expressed displeasure at the frequent brutality and harassment by the officers of the Nigeria police...
2 Oct 2020
The Unilag Muslim Community (UMC), and The Muslim Congress (TMC), have urged governments at all levels to be respectful of the rights and aspirations of Nigerians and continue to improve on human welfare particularly in the area of frightening security challenges....
2 Oct 2020
The Muslim Congress (TMC) has proffered solutions to challenges overwhelming Nigerians since the advent of the pandemic, most especially the effect and challenges posed by the coronavirus on the society, economy and religious belief.
17 Jan 2020
The Muslim Congress (TMC) has condemned the move by the United States (US) in placing Nigeria on ‘Special Watch list’ of countries engaging in severe religious persecution.
11 Oct 2019
The Muslim Congress (TMC) has called on governments at all levels to wake up to making decisions based on decisive, dedicated and patriotic action plans that will drive the nation’s socio-economic infrastructures to enviable heights.
12 Aug 2019
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.”
25 Jun 2019
A lawyer in Sudan has told the BBC that the Internet has been restored after a three-week shutdown - but only for him. Abdel-Adheem Hassan yesterday won a lawsuit against telecoms operator Zain Sudan over the blackout ordered by Sudan’s military rulers. However, he says his victory is only benefitting him so far as he…