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2018 Hajj fare less than last year’s— IHR

2018 Hajj fare less than last year’s— IHR

The Independent Hajj Reporters (IHR), a Civil Society Organisation that monitors and reports Hajj activities, has said the 2018 Hajj fare is less than what pilgrims paid in 2017, urging State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Boards and agencies to educate intending pilgrims on the development.
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NAHCON trains state officials on E-hajj registration

NAHCON trains state officials on E-hajj registration

The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) has urged State Pilgrims’ Welfare Boards to ensure full compliance with the electronic Hajj (E-Hajj) registration system as part of the requirements demanded by the Saudi Arabian Hajj authorities for 2018 Hajj. This will ensure transparency, fair play, justice and equity in the entire Hajj operations.
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Islam is human right— Sheikh Onike

Islam is human right— Sheikh Onike

The Chief Missioner of Nasrul-lahi-il-Fatih Society, NASFAT, Sheikh AbdulAzeez Onike, declared that the association will never allow the manipulation of religious textual scriptures to make Islam look anti-woman, stressing that Islam supports justice for all.
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Ambode urges Muslims not relent on prayers, charity Says: Lagos focused on Smart City Goal

Ambode urges Muslims not relent on prayers, charity Says: Lagos focused on Smart City Goal

Governor Akinwunmi Ambode,  of Lagos State, has urged Muslims to continue he acts of charity and mutual understanding learned in Ramadan in order to reinforce relationship and unity among the diverse people of the state.
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EIDUL-FITR: Sustain lessons of Ramadan, Group urges Muslims

Muslims have been urged to sustain the piety, charity, good neighbourliness and forgiveness which were parts of the lessons derived from Ramadan in line with the Holy Qur’an and the teaching of Prophet Muhammad (SAW). In the same vein, they were advised to ensure peaceful coexistence with their compatriots and to pray harder for NigeriaRead More
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2018 Hajj: NAHCON approves N1.46m as fare for Kwara pilgrims

2018 Hajj: NAHCON approves N1.46m as fare for Kwara pilgrims

National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) has approved  N1,462,390.95 as  2018 Hajj fare for intending pilgrims to Saudi Arabia from Kwara. Alhaji Mohammed Tunde-Jimoh, the Executive Secretary of the Kwara State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board  disclosed this in a statement issued in llorin on Thursday.Tunde-Jimoh said the fare for each state was jointly determined by Read More
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Sultan, NSCIA eulogise late Justice Akanbi

I’m fresher than your favourite artist – Burna Boy

President-General, Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, NSCIA and Sultan of Sokoto, His Eminence, Alhaji Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar, has said the death of Justice Mustapha Akanbi was a further confirmation that “death is indeed a leveler of mankind”.Alhaji Abubakar also said Justice Akanbi stood out among his colleagues, either as a lawyer, a judge, or a crusader against corruption.Reacting to the demise of the late jurist through a statement signed by Prof. Salisu Shehu, Deputy Secretary-General of the Muslim apex body, the Sultan said:“Coming up at this precarious time in the country’s trending but unpredictable  developments, the demise of a vertical personality like Justice Mustapha Akanbi is a further confirmation that death is indeed a leveler of mankind.
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