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  The customary practice where wives are subjected to avoidable stress of cooking, washing and serving delicacies at family occasions needs a review. The woman is no slave - not to her man nor to his kinsmen. Her domestication at home...
Prolific Muslim writer, lecturer and marriage counsellor, Imam Sanni K. Yusuf is set to launch his book, "My Sunnah Story (MSS)" which chronicles his journey from the days jahiliyyah (ignorance) to the Sunnah. Alongside the "MSS" would be launched "INFATUATION...
I do not bow, neither do I prostrate to mum and dad. While the former is a Muslim, the latter isn't yet. May Allah grant my wish on him. That's one of the reasons mum never wanted me on the...
  We had a deal before consummating the marriage - that we would prevent pregnancy until things had become relatively rosy for us. Although our parents had promised to be by us but we wanted to be independent of their...
MY SUNNAH STORY (13) BY SANNI KAY YUSUF Agege was the base of my in-laws, and given the envisaged calibre of clerics therein as told by madam, my mind wasn't at rest as to the officiating of the nikaah. I didn't want...
  I was fearfully expectant of a favourable response from madam's dad. A week down the line, nothing desirable was elicited. I would pester her, and she would tell me she hadn't heard anything from her dad. I wish I...
Hijab is a piece of cloth - a mere garment. It is not human, only worn by the Muslim woman. It is a non-living thing and cannot do anything on its own volition. Why then blame it for the...
  I approached dad using same method - prayer and hope. He was happy (as against my pessimistic thought), and consequently gave his unflinching endorsement. He noted the fact that I wasn't financially able but his consenting to it was...
MY SUNNAH STORY (10) BY SANNI KAY YUSUF That question got me fearfully stammered and I became bereft of a corresponding answer. I thought I was proverbially detailed enough, but mummy proved me wrong. I thought I was smart, but she seemed...
MY SUNNAH STORY (9) BY SANNI KAY YUSUF We got to her mum amid palpitation of the heart. She was surprised to see us. "Why the uninformed visit?" she probed. "He is here to talk to you, mummy," replied madam. I was...

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