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FIDAU By Sanni Kay Yusuf

An aged woman passed on. Circumstantially, burial rites could only be done the next day. Only a few were seen gathered for the last spiritual respect she deserved. The rows of lovers who prayed unto the lifeless body were...
RAMADĀN AND ZINA-MATES Every year, as Ramadan approaches and/or while it is ongoing, certain questions crop up from muslims, one of which is: “Can I cook for my boyfriend?” Or “Can I take foods prepared by my girlfriend for suhur and...
In the UK, USA, KSA etc., a newborn is named before the mother is discharged from the hospital. This I reliably gathered from friends scattered all over diaspora. They said for every child born, the country's demographic data is...
They are kids but the wonders they do can kill. The oldest of the gang is just 8, and they have been practically involved in the height of hate. One thing led to another and I got the boys interrogated....
It was Salāh time. The boy nearest to the mic - as habitual of me - was charged with the iqāmah. His corresponding countenance depicted rejection but I rather looked away. So he could not but do it as...
MY SUNNAH STORY (Part 1) BY SANNI KAY YUSUF I was born into a family where paganism reigned supreme among kindred, even those who laid claim to Islam were pagans by association. They were usually seen partake in fetish family and communal...
THE BODY, NOT THE BRAIN Mutmainnah Sanni Ololade did not only clear all prizes at the recently-concluded convocation ceremony of the Obafemi Awolowo University, she was declared Best Graduating Student for the academic year. Since I saw the video of...
After an exclusive teaching-learning with some senior students on Descriptive Essay, they were saddled with a feedback assignment on the topic: "My Favourite Teacher". That gave all of them the opportunity to write about me, and their description of...
Speaker:  Imam Sanni Kay Yusuf Duration: 19 minutes Language: Yoruba and Arabic
While the woman is urged to be gladly receptive of the other queen in the palace, the man is admonished not to be engulfed in the thaaniyah's love at the expense of the uulaa. As it was ab initio,...

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