Ramadan: Why Muslims rank among poorest

The Deputy Secretary General, Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA), Prof. Salisu Shehu, has said that Muslims are living in abject poverty and rank among the world poorest because the rich among them are stingy and unwilling to give out of their wealth to the needy. Shehu, who is...

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Forum urges women to join fight against corruption

Women from all walks of life have been urged to join hands and fight corruption to a standstill. Ambassador Ridhwan A. Mustapha, former Deputy High Commissioner, Nigeria High Commission, Pakistan made the call at the 9th Annual Al-Habibiyyah Women’s Forum held at the National Mosque Abuja. The forum with the...

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Foundation urges Muslims to lead fight against corruption

Abuja   –    The Just Foundation, an NGO of Al-Habibiyyah Islamic Society, on Sunday in Abuja urged adherents of Islam to lead the fight against corruption in the country through advocacy and sensitisation. The foundation’s Executive Director, Imam Fuad Adeyemi, made the call at the inaugural advocacy meeting of the newly...

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