Published by Ebunoluwa Olafusi in On the Go, The Nation
South Eastern Muslims Organisation of Nigeria (SEMON), a socio-cultural Igbo group, has called on Igbo Muslims to participate in a national event by joining political parties and contesting any positions of choice. Continue reading
Editor’s Brief Note:
Muslims first blasted Gumi when he said politics is better than prayers. For many Muslims, Gumi isn’t a sheikh, but an ordinary individual because of his actions and utterances.
Main Article By H. A.M AL Hassan
WRITTEN : October 11 at 1:49 PM
If there is anything I find stupendously amazing, it’s heredity. One habit becomes a part of you, and is engraved into your DNA. These habits are passed to your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Continue reading
*THE CHURCH & HATE PREACHING.*
*BY Mfon Offiong*
I keep appealing to my Christian brothers and friends who send me inciting articles & messages which are “false and fake” via WhatsApp to beware, reminding them of Rwanda & the fate of Christianity there after the 1994 genocide.
Rwanda is 96% Christian. Continue reading
Islam has long set its feet on the East befor independence. Many Igbos had long been Muslims until the Civil War. They either had to choose their Religion and did or leave Islam. This was the first fitna (Temptation) that poured on Muslims. Those who refused were slaughtered by the Biafra Army. All Civil War literatures carefully leave out Igbo Muslims. There by denying their existence and origin. But, they usually don’t forget in recognising their traditional religion or Christianity.
Most civil war literatures paint Muslims so bad that if you haven’t meant any before you digest these literature, you certainly conjure in your perception of who Muslims are, “Savages out to destroy civilisations and are hausa, and fulanis.” The Christians for example who joined the war, their Religion is left out. Continue reading
The scandalous pictures of former Big Brother Africa (BBA) housemate, Beverly Osu, where she was captured smoking in a seductive nun attire with rosary in hand, has set the social media ablaze since it first appeared online on September 10, 2018. Continue reading