Author: Johnson Ayomide

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Zainab Cobbold: The First British Woman To Perform Pilgrimage To Mecca

Zainab Cobbold: The First British Woman To Perform Pilgrimage To Mecca by Johnson Ayomide lslam had always been considered as a new religion in the United Kingdom with many reports not paying attention to the longevity of the religion in the United Kingdom but latest discoveries have made it known that Islam had long been existent…
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With my Soul

With my Soul so sullen, soaked and sad! It was like madness running so Mad, I soak up the nights with transient Thoughts, Haven enjoyed what the dawn had Brought. Now that my sun has fallen into the Sea, Glittering in its fullness, for all to See, I’ve been dreaming of something more Ideal, But…
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LESSON TO MY UNBORN KIDS

LESSON TO MY UNBORN KIDS by Johnson Ayomide Aqeedah comes First, For it could quench the worst Thirst, As I grew up devoid of proper Aqeedah, Same sickness means they could be worst to the leaders of Al-Qaedah, Instead of giving my self a quick re-Birth, I focused on all the goodies on Earth, They must…
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RESTRUCTURING NIGERIA: MUSLIMS SEEK SIX RELIEFS

RESTRUCTURING NIGERIA: MUSLIMS SEEK SIX RELIEFS by Johnson Ayomide The Federal Government appears set for restructuring particularly with the setting up of a committee on this crucial matter by the ruling party, the All Peoples’ Congress (APC). Restructuring became popular after the South East, South South and a section of the South West complained about marginalization.…
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Israeli airlines sued for intrusive body search

    El Al, Israel’s national carrier, handles security checks for all Israeli airlines, including flights bound to Israel [Reuters]     Jerusalem – Three young Palestinian women are suing two Israeli airlines, El Al and Arkia, for an “intrusive body search”, alleging racial profiling by Israeli security personnel in Belgrade Airport before a Tel Aviv-bound…
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Myanmar’s Rohingya beg for help: ‘People are starving’

Rohingya trapped inside Myanmar say thousands are starving and in need of medical care in northern Rakhine State, where a half-million majority Muslim ethnic Rohingya have fled an army crackdown and communal violence. Abdulla Mehman, who works for an aid agency in the Buthitaung Township, said more than 2,000 people in his village, Kwan Dine, had run out of…
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Nigerians emerged world Second Best Winners in Quran Competition (Male Categories)

Nigerians emerged world Second Best Winners in Quran Competition (Male Categories) by Johnson Ayomide CONGRATULATIONS NIGERIA: This year’s International Qur’an Recitation Competition has just ended in Saudi-Arabia with Nigeria winning the 2nd position in the Competition. The Competition which took place in the holy-city of Makkah, had 69 Countries participating. Nigeria was represented by two Competitors.…
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SISTERS IN ISLAM

An Unbreakable bond surrounds the sisters; The sisters in Islam. A lofty height of love transcends Among these great sisters; The Sisters in Islam. Unending care and generosity transpire Around every sister; The sisters in Islam A great sense of spirituality embodies the sisters; The sisters in Islam.   When the Dunya gives you a…
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Protests planned after Pakistani migrants attacked

Ashfak Mahmoud was one of two migrant labourers attacked and hospitalised last weekend [Nikos Libertas/SOOC/Al Jazeera]     A violent attack on two Pakistani migrant labourers has sparked outrage in Greece, the latest in a string of suspected hate crimes across the country. On Saturday afternoon, a group of men used iron bars and knives to…
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THE PAINS OF PUPILLAGE IN NIGERIAN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS

THE PAINS OF PUPILLAGE IN NIGERIAN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS By Sanni Kay. Yusuf   Nigeria, inhabited mostly by the downtrodden (people who eat from hand to mouth, feeding on a meal greatly lesser than $1; people who enjoy no balanced diets because what is available is what is eatable etc.) is tortuously agonised by its education…
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