• The Laws Of Money (part 1)

    It was a sunny day, breeze coming from the nearby river,birds singing as only could be heard in Africa. The peaceful serene and atmosphere of the nearby forest communicates rest and peace that God Almighty Himself had implanted in nature. Yet, despite the obvious blessings of nature all around, a young lad of 13 years old, was looking for a way to...
  • Breaking Generational Curses (4)

    Sexual immorality is another sin that attracts generational curses. God made it clear that He hates it and will not hesitate to curse anybody that involves in it. He allows sexual relationship only between a husband and his wife. Anything outside of this amounts to immorality and will not go unpunished. Sexual immorality is one of the strate ...

    First of all it is a difficult task trying to tag any Nigerian as a racist. Yes, Nigerians are a complex group of people. In actual fact, they might be guilty of many crimes they are being accused of. However, if you know Nigeria and Nigerians very well, you will realize that racism is not something Nigerians understand very well. It rsquo;s not ju ...

    JUST LIKE ME, THIS PERSON DOES NOT WANT TO SUFFER Pain and suffering is a source of great fear in our world that is entrenched in so much evil. Pain and suffering has become almost unavoidable. Many ordinary men and women are only left to dream and wish that they could avoid some pain and suffering in their lives. There are some other groups of p ...
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  • Lagos International Worship Conference 2016

    The Lagos International Worship Conference ( ldquo;LIWC rdquo;) is designed to encourage honest dialogue, learning and proper equipping on the heart and art of worship. The Conference is primarily targeted at music ministers, worship leaders, Church pastors and others who serve the Lord through music, sound, lights and tech. The C ...

    This four letter word, although different in various languages, has a magical power in it. The magical power of love can be attested to by history. Kingdoms have risen because of this word. Nations have fallen because of this simple word. Wars have been started because of the word love. Empires have been ruined and divided on the basis of this one...

    Friends are you a man according to Gods definition? Have you ever placed yourself under God rsquo;s microscopic eyes? Have you examined yourself according to his standards of judgment? Does he call you a man? Is he satisfied with you or could it be God looks at you and fails to see a man, only a bunch of flesh? Full of self, and missing out on the...
  • Who Does God Call A Man? Part 1

    ldquo;Justice is turned back, and righteousness stands afar off; for truth is fallen in the street, and equity cannot enter. So truth fails, and he who departs from evil makes himself a prey. Then the Lord saw it, and it displeased Him that there was no justice. He saw that there was no man, and wondered that there was no intercessor; Therefore Hi ...
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  • Christian Association Of Nigeria (CAN), An Organization In Need Of Rebirth

    During my formative years of transition from a boy to a man under the tutelage of my biological parents, I came into contact with Christianity as a means of worship of the most High. In those days, my parents were strong adherents of the cherubim and Seraphim denomination and one of the strong points of this religious sect, is the regularity of...
  • The Religious Are The Icons Of The Church—Says Bishop Badejo

    THE catholic Bishop of Oyo diocese in Nigeria, Most Rev. Dr. Emmanuel Adetoyese Badejo has expressed the view thatlsquo;Religious rsquo; in their spiritual activities for a better world, must be seen as the great ICONS of the church.He stated this in his homily at St. Mary rsquo;s Pro-Cathedral Catholic church, Ilesa, Osun State Nigeri ...
  • Wives Should Support Their Husbands In The Home Affairs Says Bishop Umunna

    The award-winning preacher, father of African church drama and Presiding Bishop of Bible Life Church Cathedral (BLCC), Bishop Leonard Umunna, advised married women to support their husbands in the home affairs.Speaking at the third edition of Gathering of Stars, Eagles and Champions (GOSEC), international women conference, Bishop Umunna...
  • Tithe Pure Classic Doctrinal Sleek Falsehood

    Tithing was under and is under the law with a curse for Christians seeking salvation under the law, Galatians 3:3-13, Malachi 3:1-18.When pastors and priests lie by quoting tithes in Malachi 3:1-18,under the law IN OLD COVENANT which was a prime contribution for the Levite tribe and Leviticus Priesthood, how many Christians line up to be served...
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  • Pastor Mobiyina Oshoffa Set To Receive Meritorious Service Award At Makokos Annual Harvest

    ldquo;The elders who direct the affairs of the church well are worthy of double honor, especially those whose work is preaching and teaching, rdquo; -1 Timothy 5:17.Pastor and Spiritual Head of Celestial Church of Christ, Worldwide, His Eminence, Mobiyina Friday Oshoffa, is set to be honoured by an organization who has taken it upon...
  • Youth And The Word Forum Award Winning Programme

    Livehere in Lagos Youth and the word forum (A life transforming forum) where youth, teenagers and children are nurtured in discovering Gods purpose for their lives, Presents to youquot;AN AWARD WINNING PROGRAMME quot;Themequot;THE WORD quot;Venuequot;ST JOHN ANGLICAN CHURCH ABORU IYANA IPAJA LAGOSDatequot; 20TH AUGUST ...
  • Eid-El-Fitri: Be More Transparent, Accountable, MSSN Lagos Urges Nigeria Leaders

    The Muslim Students39; Society of Nigeria, Lagos State Area Unit has urged leaders in Nigeria to be transparent and accountable in governance.The Amir (President) of MSSN in Lagos State, Saheed Ashafa, said this in a message to congratulate Muslims on the 1437AH Eid-el Fitri.Ashafa counselled both followers and leaders in Nigeria t ...

    ?The question of what makes nations great, why some nations are rich and some are poor, is a question that cannot but bother the heart of every avid student of history.?Even though we live in an unfair world, where some men and nations acquire their wealth in ways that are not always as straightforward as we would like it to be, yet in the mids ...
  • Eid-El-Fitr: Osanebi Preaches Tolerance

    As Muslims mark the end of Ramadam in a joyful celebration, Deputy Speaker, Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Friday Ossai Osanebi has urged Muslim faithfuls in Delta State and Nigeria in general to use the spiritual benefits of Ramadan to contribute to the peace and development of the nation.In a message congratulating Muslims for ...
  • ICODEHS Greets All Muslims

    On the occasion of this year rsquo;s Eid-ul-Fitr festival to mark the end of Ramadan fast, the Islamic Council for Development and Humanitarian (ICODEHS) with immeasurable thanks to the Almighty Allah, would wish to congratulate all Muslims over the country.Eid-ul-Fitr is an occasion for love, kindness, forgiveness and tolerance. While R ...
  • Great News!! Muslims in Malaysia Now Allowed To Legally Become Christians.

    There is new hope for ex-Muslim converts to Christianity in Malaysia after the recent landmark ruling allowed a Muslim man to officially renounce Islam and legally embrace Christianity.A Malaysian court affirmed the right of a former Muslim to convert to Christianity in a landmark ruling handed down just before Easter.Rooney Rebit converted ...
  • Fear Allah in your reportage, Dabiri-Erewa tells journalists

    THE Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Honourable Abike Dabiri-Erewa, has advised media professionals in the country to embark more on investigative journalism in order to be fair in their reportage.Dabiri-Erewa gave the advice in Abuja in a keynote address she delivered as the special guest of honour at the 10th annual Ramadan lecture of the Muslim Media Practitioners of Nigeria (MMPN).The presidential aide decried the rate at which many journalists publi
  • ‘Zakat critical to Muslims’ well-being’

    ZAKAT is a veritable tool for creating opportunity for Muslims to live a meaningful life and utilise their potentials, the chairman of Ar-Rahmah Zakat Foundation, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, Alhaj Abdul-Hammed Omotayo, has said.Alhaji Omotayo, in emphasising the mission of the Foundation at its 14th Ramadan lecture, held in Ijebu-Ode, last weekend, underlined the need for effective collection, distribution and utilisation of zakat fund to achieve the goal of the pillar of Islam as instituted by Allah
  • Parents sensitised to challenges of child upbringing

     MUSLIM parents have been admonished to take the task of their children’s upbringing as a divine calling for which they will give an account on the Day of Reckoning.The admonition was given during the Ramadan lecture of the Somolu-Bariga zone of the Muslim Teachers’ Association of Nigeria (MUTAN) held in Somolu, Lagos, last the weekend.
  • JNI scribe drums up support for Buhari’s anti-graft war

    NIGERIANS have been called upon to support the anti-corruption war of President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration so as to make the country great.The call was made by the Secretary-General of the Jama’atu Nasril Islam (JNI), Dr Khalid Abubakar Aliyu, at the fifth Ramadan lecture of the Correspondents’ Chapel of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Ogun State Council, on Tuesday, in Abeokuta.
  • Understanding The Biblical Roots Of The Igbo-Jews Of Africa And The Cause For The Agitations For Biafra

    In the book of Genesis 49:19 when Jacob was about to die he gathered his twelve sons and bless them and prophesy what will be fells them in the future , when turn to GAD he said you will you will be attack by the team of troopers but you will come back and attack back at their heels,(the first part you will be attack) took effect in 1967-70, throug ...
  • How to lead a decent life —Scholar

    NIGERIANS must be truthful and faithful in their daily endeavours if they must lead a decent life.A scholar, Alhaji Abdul Ganiy Oladipupo, made the remark in Ibadan, Oyo State, at the 2016 Ramadan lecture, organised by Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Organisation, Apata District.Speaking on the topic “True Faith and Sincere Prayer: Means for Sustaining a Good Community,” Alhaji Oladipupo said that the fear of Allah is the only viable property of human beings on earth and the only instrument t
  • Stand against corruption, MUTAN urges Muslims

    MUSLIMS have been charged to use the teachings of Islam as a tool for fighting against corruption in the country.The charge came from the theme of the Ramadan tafsir of the Muslim Teachers’ Association of Nigeria (MUTAN) held in Lagos last weekend.Delivering the lecture entitled “Islam: Panacea to Corruption,” Alhaji Abdul Wahab Awwal attributed the current level of corruption in the country to a departure from the message of Islam as preached by Prophet Muhammad.
  • ‘See Ramadan as period of tolerance, forgiveness’

    THE chairman of Kano Municipal Local Government Area, Mukhtar Ishaq Yakasai, has called on Muslims and Christians across the country to regard Ramadan as a month for repentance and forgiveness, hence the need to be tolerant and compassionate towards one another. Speaking with journalists in Kano, Yakasai said that Ramadan is a month for loving one another, “irrespective of where you come from or the religion you practise.” According to him, Christianity and Islam are religi
  • Qualify yourselves for payment of zakat, NASFAT admonishes salary earners

    MUSLIMS have been enjoined to observe diligently the five pillars of Islam, particularly the payment of their zakat.This is even as salary earners were advised to design a plan for zakat as they do to build houses, own cars, train their children, among others, in order to earn more rewards from Allah.
  • ‘Combine morality, piety, knowledge’

    MUSLIMS have been implored to combine good behaviour, piety and knowledge in order to live a fulfilled life and qualify for paradise.The admonition was given by a participant at an event marking the celebration of the Muslim Teachers’ Association of Nigeria (MUTAN) Week, held by the Mushin, Lagos State zone of the association.Addressing the congregation at the grand finale of the Week, the Zonal Coordinator, Alhaji Moroof Gbadamosi, said a Muslim had to combine piety with virtuous behaviou
  • Criterion holds lecture on good family home

    WORRIED by the moral decadence in the society, the Criterion, an association of Muslim women in business and the professions, will hold its maiden Ramadan lecture on marriage in Islam. A statement by the Oyo District Amirah, Alhaja Medinat Akanni, said the lecture, slated for tomorrow, will hold at the Islamic Centre, Housing, Bodija, Ibadan from 11.00 a.m. Akanni said the National Missionary of Ansar-Ud-deen Society of Nigeria, Sheikh Abdur-Rahman Ahmad, will deliver the lecture entitled &ldquo
  • Five Surprising Health Benefits Of Ramadan Fasting

    Most people rationalise that life is already hard enough, without voluntarily depriving yourself of necessities like food, sleep and habits that one normally indulges in. However, apart from the spiritual aspect of fasting, which brings you closer to your Creator and allows you to reflect on your life in relation to eternity, fasting als ...
  • When Ahmadiyya kids celebrated Children’s Day

    THE Majlis Atfal ul Ahmadiyya, Ibadan District (children wing between ages seven and 15) recently jettisoned merriment and fanfare in celebrating the Children’s Day and chose to visit the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan. The occasion was in continuation of the commemoration of the 100 years of Ahmadiyya in Nigeria.
  • Sultan, others for MSSN’s Qur’an memorisation competition

    THE Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar III; Lagos State deputy governor, Dr Idiat Adebule; the Oba of Lagos, Oba Rilwan Akiolu; and wife of the governor of Osun State, Alhaja Sherifat Aregbesola, are some of the dignitaries are expected to grace the grand finale of the biennial Qur’an memorisation competition organised by the Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria (MSSN), Lagos State Area Unit..
  • Pray for Nigeria now more than ever before —Lagos Speaker

    The Speaker, Lagos State House of Assembly, Honourable Mudashiru Obasa, has urged Muslims to remain steadfast and pray fervently during the ongoing Ramadan fasting for the country to overcome its current socio-economic challenges. He also called on the faithful to use this period to share love and ensure that peace reigns in the country through their utterances and actions.

    People who are insulted by ungodliness are those who eventually change their nations. These are the people that make a difference in their world. Somehow God has a way of using insults to build something constructive. God has a way of having his own way with our anger.MalalaYousafzai would not sit down and watch how the Pakistani radical Muslim ...
  • Felicitation And Moonsighting For Ramadan 1437 A.H.

    The month of Ramadan (is that) in which was revealed the Quran, a guidance for mankind and clear proofs for the guidance and the criterion (between right and wrong). So whoever of you sights (the crescent on the first night of) the month (of Ramadan i.e. present at his home), he must observe fasting that month hellip; (Q.Al-Baqarah 2:185) ...
  • NSCIA charges FG on missing Chibok girls

    AGAINST the backdrop of the rescue of one of the abducted schoolgirls of Chibok, Borno State, Amina Ali Nkeke, penultimate week, the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) has called on the Federal Government to intensify efforts at securing the freedom of the remaining girls from the terrorists keeping them in custody.  The organisation insisted that no effort should be spared in bringing the remaining girls safely home now that the “jinx has been broken” that, in
  • Inject recovered loot into economy, Grand Khadi tells Buhari

    THE Grand Khadi of Kwara State, Justice Saliu Olohuntoyin Mohammad, has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to inject recovered looted funds into the nation’s economy. At the graduation ceremony of Baraje Centre for Arabic and Islamic Studies, Islamic Village, Gerewu, Ilorin, Justice Mohammad said it was high time the president began implementation of his change agenda as his administration entered the second year. 
  • Ahmadiyya women ‘take a walk’ in Ibadan

    AN Ahmadiyya women organisation, Lajna Imaillah Ahmadiyya Nigeria (women servant of Allah), recently held its “Peace Trek” and sanitation programme in Ibadan, Oyo State, to celebrate 100 years of the existence of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Worldwide in Nigeria. About 200 members of the organisation aged betweem 16 and above trekked through Oke-Ado, Agbeni and the Mapo areas of the metropolis before paying a courtesy visit to the Chief Imam of Ibadanland, Sheikh AbdulGaniy Abubakri A
  • UNILAG Muslim alumni hold pre-Ramadan lecture Sunday

    The 22nd pre-Ramadan lecture of the University of Lagos Muslim Alumni (UMA) will hold on Sunday at the main auditorium of the university.
  • NACOMYO president charges political leaders

    THE National President of the National Council of Muslim Youth Organisations (NACOMYO), Alhaji Kamal’deen Akintunde, has reminded Nigerian leaders that their assignment is a trust for which they will be accountable on the Day of Judgment.  He, therefore, emphasised the need for political office holders and others in the corridor of power to discharge their duties with commitment and fear of God.
  • Muslims charged on grassroots mobilisation

    MUSLIMS have been charged to organise themselves at the grassroots in order to effectively spread the message of Islam. The Lagos State Commissioner for Home Affairs, Dr Abdul Lateef Abdul Hakeem, gave the charge, in Lagos, while delivering the keynote address at a N100-million fundraising for Ifako-Ijaiye Muslim Community (IIMC) Islamic Centre. Stressing the importance of grassroots mobilisation, Abdul Hakeem urged the Muslim Community of Lagos to ensure that every local government has its own
  • Senior Pastor Of The Ark Celebrates Another Year

    Rev. Craig Isah adds another year to his achievements on Sunday May 15th and many are using the opportunity to appreciate the man of God for the valuable impart made in their lives. A man with a large heart, Rev. Craig (as he is fondly called) has through the divine grace of God touched so many lives in many ways through his preaching, teachings ...
  • No paradise for suicide bombers —Al-Ilory

    The Rector of the Arabic and Islamic Training Institute (Markaz), Agege, Lagos, Sheikh Habeebullahi Adam Abdullah Al-Ilory, has said suicide bombers would face punishment on the Day of Judgment as against the erroneous perception of making heaven.“No paradise for suicide bombers,” the Rector declared on Sunday during his keynote address to over 200 graduating students of the centre held at the Kehinde Sofola Hall of the institute.Al-Ilory said there is no way a suicide bomber would m
  • Lasun Yusuf, Shittu, Ali, Lai Mohammed for UNIFEMGA lecture

    The Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Honourable Lasun Yusuf, will tomorrow lead other prominent alumni of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, to brainstorm on sustainable national development.The event is part of the three-day annual national reunion of the Obafemi Awolowo University Muslim Graduates’ Association (UNIFEMGA) taking place at the Oduduwa Hall of the institution.
  • JNI trains 450 members on safety, security in Jigawa

    THE Jama’atul Nasril Islam (JNI), Jigawa State chapter, has embarked on the training of 450 members on safety, first aid and security.The state secretary of the organisation, Ustaz Muhammed Ahmed Babangida, who disclosed to the Nigerian Tribune, said the training was aimed at complementing the efforts of the government and security agencies on security and disaster control.“The JNI feels to contribute its quota to national security, health delivery and disaster control through full p
  • Exploit opportunities in export business, Muslims implored

    MUSLIMS have been urged to exploit opportunities that abound in the export sector.The charge was given by participants at an export seminar organised by The Companion, an organisation of Muslim men in business and the professions, in Lagos.In his contribution, a director at the Nigerian Export Promotion Council, Mr Olajide Ibrahim, identified some of the opportunities available in export business to include food and cash crops, technology and petrochemical.
  • Embrace comparative religious sermon —Amoo

    LEADER of the Forum for Comparative Sermon (FOCOS), Dr Dawood Amoo, has advised Muslims all over the world to participate in comparative religious sermon for effective propagation and teaching of Islam.Amoo gave the advice in Ibadan, Oyo State, during an awards ceremony in honour of individuals who have contributed to the development of Islam.“I urge my Muslims brothers and sisters to take interest in comparative sermon in order to actualise the objective of preaching Islam to large number
  • MSSN denies dissolution of exco in Ogun

    THE Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria (MSSN), Ogun State chapter, has denied the dissolution of its executive committee in the state.It also raised the alarm over the emergence of a group parading itself as the new executive committee of the body.In a statement, the zonal coordinator, Mallam  Mushafau Alaran, urged members of the public to disregard the report of the dissolution of executive committee of the Ogun State unit of the MSSN.
  • Ganduje Foundation plans laboratory for Qur’an learners

    A Qur’an science laboratory will be constructed by the Ganduje Foundation in Kano, Kano State, to assist learners of the Holy Book, Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has said.The language laboratory, he said, is meant to help learners gain proficiency in reading and reciting the Qur’an.Governor Ganduje made the announcement at the closing of the Qur’an recitation competition, organised by Ganduje Foundation, at the School for Arabic Studies, Kano.
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