Category Archives: Sociology


One of the most controversial things placed before Nigerians during the run up to the just concluded presidential elections was the recording of a sermon delivered by one Bosun Emmanuel.

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Nigeria: Episodes of Islamophobia

written by Femi Abbas


Decency is like gold which gives value and confidence to its custodian.. If it rusts the custodian loses dignity.

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Afenifere: The Cry of Owl


“O Allah! Rescue us from (the evil) of this (Yoruba) nation of oppressors and raise for us a formidable leader who can stand as our guardian in the face of treachery and oppression…” Q. 4:75
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MSSN to governorship candidates: support hijab, get our votes


The Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria (MSSN), Lagos State Area Unit has maintained that unconditional approval for pupils to wear hijab in schools will be one of the criteria for voting for any governorship candidate in the state.
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Political parties should stop messing up with the Holy Quran.

The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has warned to political parties to stop messing up with the Holy Quran.

According to the Islamic human rights outfit, a certain “prominent” political party in the country is fond of using the Qur’an in its political rallies without following laid down rules.
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Not Northern, not Christian, not elders

Not Northern, not Christian, not elders
SOURCE:  Mahmud Jega

[Mahmud Jega’s column of yesterday, reduced the NCEF to pitiable, attention seeking, tantrum throwing, group of children. Unfortunately, Gen TY Danjuma sat among them. Sad.]

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Shehu Sani’s mild response to the Mad Dogs of Blood and Money (RESPONSE TO NCEF)

“Chairman of the Senate Committee on Foreign and Domestic debt, Mallam Shehu Sani, said yesterday that it was uncharitable for anyone to accuse President Muhammadu Buhari of religious bigotry or nursing a religious agenda.
Sani was responding to a statement by the National Christian Elders Forum (NCEF) in which it blamed the Buhari administration for the current ethnic crises, agitation for secession and violation of the constitution and federal character.
At the forum where the NCEF slammed the government were former Minister of Defence, Lt. Gen. TY Danjuma, Mr. Solomon Asemota (SAN), former ECOMOG Commander, General Joshua Dogonyaro, former military governor of Rivers State, General Zamani Lekwot, and former civilian governor of Anambra State, Chief Chukwuemeka Ezeife.
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