By Halima Sheji and Salisu Sani-ldris
The World Hijab Day is held on every Feb. 1 to promote religious tolerance, solidarity with Muslim women worldwide, emphasise the religious values of the use of hijab and correct misconceptions about the veil, among others.
YUSHAU A. SHUAIB
Self-censorship by the media is a moral act of repressing, limiting, holding back or classifying information from public disclosure through mutual understanding. In most cases, editors exercise control over what to investigate and report despite the news value and commercial benefits.
The hallowed Chamber of the Lagos State House of Assembly and iits gallery was packed full of people on Tuesday, November 29,, 2016. These were not the lawmakers because the legislators were on their respective seats.
The emerging trends of events in The Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, in the past 24 hours, is beginning to give cause for serious concern.
SENATOR (DR.) IBRAHIM MANTU
MY happiness knew no bounds when I received the joyous news that the Nigeria Society of Engineers (NSE) has instituted an Annual Lecture Series in honour of Chief Dr. Emmanuel Chukwuemeka Iwuanyanwu CFR in recognition if his legendary contributions to engineering services in the South-East region and Nigeria in general.
THE peace treaty announced this week between the government of Colombia and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, marks more than the end of one war.
SHAMSU ABUBAKAR, Kano
Kano State Governor, Dr Umar Abdullahi Ganduje, who is committed to serving his state, has proven to be the best administrator in just 18months out of the four-year tenure that the Constitution allows for his administration in the state. His achievements are numerous and people friendly in spite of the current economic recession in the country.
TAOHEED OLA SHOBOYEDE
“…….and if He(Allah) intends good for thee, there is none who can repel His grace…….”(Q. 10 : 108)
The history of the establishment of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at in Nigeria in 1916 (formally), for there are some evidences of its having been heard of in the country as early as between 1913 and 1914), was more of circumstantial (borne out of the condition of the Muslims at the time) rather than as a result of yearning for true religion (Islam) by most of the pioneering converts.