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Abeokuta District attends NACOMYO Annual Ramadan Lecture


Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya, Abeokuta District has attended Ramadan Lecture organised by National Council of Muslim Youth Organization (NACOMYO) held at Crescent Hall, Abiola Way.

The need for the society and its people to live in peace and harmony irrespective of cultural, religious and language barriers as a responsible government sees to the general well-being of its citizens has been stressed at the event by the speakers.

Dr. Uthman Ibrahim from Arabic and Islamic Studies Department, University of Ibadan, in his speech on ‘The Society, its People and a Responsible Government’ made it known that since the society comprises people with diverse opinions, religions and cultural differences, there was need for the government to see beyond the barriers and do the needful as a responsible government.

According to him, our differences should be seen as blessings while patience is required from all to preach peaceful co-existence amongst people.

The revered scholar also explained that Muhammad (saw) as a leader, after conquering Makkah, was able to govern, bring all tribes together and administer justice through Sharia.

While preaching the message of peaceful co-existence and harmony, Dr Ibrahim described the home as a primary agent of governance while individual’s contribution to the success or otherwise has a huge impact on the entire system.

Dignitaries at the occasion are: Chief Imam, Nawair-ud-deen Society of Nigeria, Alhaji Yunus Kehinde; Ogun State Chairman, National Council of Muslim Youth Organization, Dr. Soliudeen Amolegbe and Chairman, National Council of Muslim Youth Organisation (Egba Division), an active member of the Majlis who was also flanked by six uniformed members of the Majlis, Bro. Adewusi Ismail.

In his appreciation, the host, Bro. Adewusi Ismail expressed his profound gratitude to Almighty Allah and the invited dignitaries not forgetting Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya, (The Models for World Youth), Abeokuta Dil’a for gracing the occasion.


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