It is highly regrettable that Osun is left in the hand of someone who is not driven with passion for greatness; hope for the hopeless; a leader without a vision and a politician without an ideology.
“People are crying in silence and nobody hears their voice. Oluwo took it up as his fight, called on these Obas and advised them to find means of survival, but the next action was to render him blinded and paralyzed by pointing a staff of office at him. Is this not ridiculous? Must we continue to watch an injustice persisting on our soil? Are they not ganging up to render Iwoland useless again as they have been doing in the past? This is a fight for Iwo survival and we are ready to take it up to any lent” Iwo declared.
Jama’at Ta’awunil Muslimeen has commissioned a financial institution known as Baitul Maal. The centre which was built to serve the purpose of...
When a society is hit by crisis, the first signs of revival are caused by the crisis itself. What the crisis does is to shake the society into thinking about what went wrong. Although this thinking process is spread across the whole of society, it is generally more refined among the intellectual circles. Societies can turn crisis into opportunities but the prerequisite is correct diagnosis of the problem. And that is the problem surrounding the economic crisis in Nigeria.
If those in government are the only corrupt beings, then only an insignificant fraction of our society is corrupt. But thinking of the popular N100 at the checkpoint substituting vehicle documents, N1000 at the airport for easy passage, N10,000 to the Immigration officer for quick passport, N100,000 at Idi-Iroko and Seme border to make the custom men blind, N1,000,000 at Tin-Can to have a reduced tariff or duty, N10,000,000 to the senate committee, N100,000,000 to INEC to change the will of the people, N1,000,000,000 to the presidency for the oil block etc, you will understand that corruption has a grade and cuts across every sector in our dear country, Nigeria.
When prophet migrated to Medina, his role as religious leader ended and assumed a political leader of a state, governed by the precept of Islam, which demanded that clear laws of governance be laid out to ensure harmony and stability in a society which once had been distraught by decades of war.
car destroyed by Shites members The President of the leading Islamic organization in Nigeria, Sheikh Daood Imran Molaasan...
I have never been frightened of any nation conquering Islam. I only worry about one group of people: the unbelievers who pretend to be Muslim, the two-faced hypocrites. They are with you in their words, but they would never take a step with you.”
As days are passing by, Muslims are getting more and more divided. The Ummah which the Nabiy tried so hard to bring together as entity keeps on getting farther and farther apart day in, day out.
Taaawun President with Osun State Governor, Gboyega Oyetola A leading Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Jama’at Ta’awunil Muslimeen...