NASFAT underscores peaceful co-existence

…says Allah detests bickering among faithful   The Nasrul-Lahi-L-Fatih Society (NASFAT) has underscored peaceful co-existence among adherents of Islam, Christianity and other religions in Nigeria. Tbe group also urged Muslim faithful to remain steadfast and continue with the virtues they have imbibed during the holy month of Ramadan. Chief missionary, Kad7na state branch of NASFAT, Ustaz Mohomned Raji, who said this, added that “the punishment of God awaits whoever derails from the guidelines and conditions of the Almighty God on how we are to be custodian of ourselves.” His view…

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NSCIA calls for calm over New Zealand’s mosque attack

Apex Islamic group in Nigeria, Nigeria Supreme Council for Islanic Affairs (NSCIA) has appealed for calm and restraint by the Muslim ummah over the terrorist attack in New Zealand’s Mosque in, which 51 Muslims were shot dead. The group, which said this in a statement, also condemned in strong tems, the terrorist attacks that also led 20 people injured. In a statement signed by the Council’s Deputy Secretary General, Prof. Salisu Shehu, the NSCIA regretted that, “while many right-thinking people and governments across the world have expressed outrage at such…

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