Category: Children (Education)

Know Islam, Know Paradise

JUSTICE IS CLOSE TO RIGHTEOUSNESS; A REJOINDER TO DR. OLUFUNKE ADEGOKE (DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN) By Dr. Ayobami Raheem

In contributing to the ongoing narrative about Hijab controversy that is rocking International School, University of Ibadan, Ibadan (ISI), one Dr Olufunke Adegoke of Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan threw caution and logic into the wind and stirred up hornet’s nest with her technically deficient, highly provocative and unscholastic submission. And one wonders how…
Read more

2,602 total views, 0 views today


November 25, 2018 0

THE FUTURE OF THE ISLAMIC UMMAH IS SAFE AND FINE By Shehu Abdus-Salam Aladodo

  Few weeks ago, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) after our 21days Orientation at the NYSC Temporary Orientation Camp, Amada, Gombe State, Nigeria served all Corp members with their posting letters on the day of departure, and I got posted to a Private Secondary School therein. I reported to my place of primary assignment…
Read more

939 total views, no views today


November 24, 2018 0

EXPLAINING THE HIJAB TO NON-MUSLIMS

  Last Sunday (18/11/2018), I attended the Grand Finale of the 10 years anniversary of the pre-eminent Muslim organisation in the South-Western part of Nigeria (Muslims of South West Nigeria – better known as MUSWEN). In attendance was – among others – His Excellency, Governor Abiola Ajimobi. Not known publicly as the most devoted of…
Read more

1,072 total views, no views today


November 24, 2018 0

UI HIJAB BAN IS AN INVITATION TO CHAOS

  The principal of the University of Ibadan International School (UIIS), Mrs. Phebean Olowe recently banned the use of hijab by female Muslim students of the school. The ban provoked Muslim parents who protested at the gates of the school yesterday, Monday 12th November, 2018. In its characteristic intervention, the Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) described…
Read more

2,741 total views, 0 views today


November 13, 2018 0

THE FEMINIST SATIRE By Al-Hassan O. Adedokun

  First, it was Maggi, with which every woman is a star but never a man. Then it was Peak Milk and their mysoginist and patriachal attempt to lure Nigerians into buying milk. Thirty Naira milk. God forgive them. Then, Cowbell; the mother spending precious time to teach the child to pronounce ‘vita-rich’ while the…
Read more

2,558 total views, no views today


November 10, 2018 0

ARE WE NIGERIANS REALLY TOO PRAYERFUL? By Lan Rey Hassan

  By Nigerians, I’m referring to you reading this,You might not know, but there are many allegations being laid against you already, that you, your prayers, your ‘over-reliance’ on God are the bane of Nigeria’s progress. (Not Buhari anymore). If you have ever been (un)fortunate enough to beat atheists, freethinkers and agnostics at ‘their own’…
Read more

2,067 total views, no views today


October 24, 2018 0