The Federation of Muslim Women Association of Nigeria, Kwara chapter, on Sunday organised a Fidau (prayer for the dead) for its founder and an Islamic scholar, Hajia Aisha Lemu. Lemu died on January 5 in Minna, Nigeria at the age of 79. Speaking at the prayer session, a member of FOMWAN National Trustee and a founding member, Muslimah Kamaldeen, described the late Hajia Lemu as a “dedicated Muslim woman, author and scholar of high repute.” According to her, the death of Lemu is a huge loss to the Islamic ummah. She prayed that the vacuum left by the founder of...
The first female Muslim to become a Professor in the University of Ibadan, Professor Ashiata Bolatito Lanre-Abbas would deliver the 6th Lateefah Moyosore Durosinmi (LMD) Foundation lecture at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun state. Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email
The Elders Consultative Forum for Sharia in Nigeria, Oyo State branch, on Sunday, distributed more than N2 million Zakat (obligatory charity in Islam) to 122 indigent persons in Ibadan. Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email