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Embrace unity, eschew rancor – Agbotomokekere, Eleshinmeta Advises Muslims

Muslim faithful in Ibadan on Monday converged on various Eid Prayer Grounds to offer supplications to Allah as the Ramadan fast ended. Our correspondent who monitored the situation reports that some of the worshipers who were gorgeously dressed arrived their prayer grounds with their relations while also taking along their prayer mats. Addressing the worshipers at the […]Continue Reading
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Live an exemplary life to inspire the younger generation – Prof. Olagoke

As Muslims all over the country celebrate this year’s Eid-el-Fitri, the spiritual head, Shafaudeen in Islam worldwide, Professor Sabit Ariyo Olagoke has urged parents to ensure proper upbringing of their wards as a way to address the current insecurity challenges in the country.  Professor Olagoke in a Sallah message to felicitate Muslims on the successful completion Continue Reading
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MMPN Lecture: Politics should not be about material acquisition – Prof. Sabit Olagoke

The need for Muslims to reunite, promote morality, as well as participate in the 2023 elections formed the bases of Muslim Media Practitioners’ Ramadan lecture in Oyo state. The Ramadan lecture delivered by the Founder, Shafaudeen in Islam, Professor Sabit Olagoke was held at the NUJ chapel hall of the Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State, BCOS. […]Continue Reading
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Don’t let Ramadan deter you from getting your Covid-19 jabs – Islamic Scholars

Muslims should not let Ramadan fast prevent them from getting a Covid-19 jab. This was the submission of Islamic scholars at a stakeholders meeting in Ibadan on Ramadan and Vaccination organized by Oyo State Primary Healthcare Board in collaboration with with Breakthrough Action Nigeria. According to Sheikh Salaudeen Busairy, islamic scholars have agreed that taking […]Continue Reading
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Ramadan Lecture: Economic, political factors fuel ritual killings – Don

Economic and political power are factors contributing to rituals killings in the country. A lecturer at the Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies at the University of Ibadan, Dr Akeula Adams stated at the National Prayers and Ramadan lecture organized by the National Orientation Agency, Ibadan with the theme Ritual Killings Phenomenon: Myths and Fallacies. Dr Adams Continue Reading