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New social networking app Tutlub targets Muslims


Muslims waitingYusuf Hassan, a young Nigerian under 30 years of age, has launched Tutlub, a social network app to connect Muslims around the world. The app is available on android mobile and is designed to provide a platform for Muslims to connect with other Muslims to supplicate, communicate and learn together online as a Family.

Founder and CEO of Tutlub, Hassan, said the app represents the first Muslim social group. “As Muslims, we have two major categories of social groups. The first social group is our Muslim social group. We meet up with friends and families, who share the same belief with us. With this set of people, it is the religious affiliation that forms the basics of our social interactions.

“On the other hand, we sometimes mingle with cross platform of people, including classmates, colleagues at work, business partners and extended families, who might share or not share the same religious belief as we do. The way, manner and amount of religious discussions with these two sets of social groups will be different. What Facebook represents to the mixed social group is what Tutlub represents in the Muslim social group.”

Speaking on the remarkable feature of the app, Hassan said connecting with Muslims around the world is now easier and faster with Tutlub.

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