The society, Muslim Students' Society of Nigeria, is the meeting point for all Muslim Students in all Higher Institutions, Secondary Schools in most part (if not all), graduate and Post Graduates as well as Muslims who attend technical institution, like the craftsmen and women in Nigeria. Frankly speaking, this society has one of the largest spread of society in (religious or otherwise) in the whole of Nigeria. The major objective is that it may be the forum for making every Muslim youth that is privileged to attend any school in the ... read more


One of the mandates of the Society in Lagos is to inculcate leadership skills and management training in our youth in accordance with divine injunctions. In order to achieve this laudable objective, the Society is desirous of developing its 10 acres of land within the state to a HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT CENTRE that will comprise a computer laboratory, a functional library, classrooms, a multipurpose hall, ........ read more

Hijab: How Far, So Far

MSSN Lagos State Area Unit owe the Muslims in Lagos State and the entire Nigeria this duty of adequately giving correct and true version of the Hijab struggle. Let us state here that we seek neither fame nor recognition from this effort. The simple Demand, not Request, is that Hijab becomes part of school uniform in Lagos State and that all forms of victimization and harassment of Muslim girls by school principals  .... read more


The Lagos State Government is seeking an out of court settlement in the suit filed against it by the Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria (MSSN) Lagos State Area Unit over the victimization of Muslim girls wearing Hijab in state public schools.  When the case came up for first hearing before Justice J.O.K Oyewole of the Lagos High Court Ikeja today, counsel to the state government, S.A Ajanaku, said no defense had been filed in the case, but added that steps had already been initiated towards settlement of the matter. Click here to hear more


PRESS RELEASE: Hijab ban, Mrs Oladunjoye lied!
The attention of the Muslim Students' Society of Nigeria (MSSN) Lagos State Area Unit has been drawn to the purported ban on the use of Hijab in Lagos State public Schools by the state government. The State Commissioner for Education, Mrs Olayinka Oladunjoye, was widely quoted in the media claiming that the decision to ban the use of hijab was a consensus reached at a 'stakeholders' meeting chaired by the Commissioner for Home Affairs and Culture Mr Oyinlomo Danmole.

We want to state unequivocally that the claim of Mrs Oladunjoye was an absolute lie and an attempt to obtruct the course of justice. The commissioner claimed in her statement to the media that the MSSN representatives were at the so called stakeholders' meeting where the decision to ban the hijab was taken. This is ridiculous. How can we be demanding that the right of Muslims to use hijab in schools be given them and at the same time we will consent to a 'consensus' that is anti-thetical to our demand? We were never invited for any meeting at any point in time! Click here to hear more

Usrah: Weekly Family Gathering

Our Usrah is a weekly rallying point for the working class, secondary schools, higher institutions as well as artisans in and around the state.  It is an avenue for members in general, particularly the working class and higher Institution students to interact with one another. It comes up every Thursday between the hours of 4:30pm and 6:30pm at Zumratul Islamiyyah Central Mosque, Yaba. For more details and audio lectures, please click here

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COURT HEARING on the case of Lagos Hijab Ban will hold tomorrow, Thursday 1st July, 2014.   The case is to be adjudicated by Hon. Justice G. M. Onyeabo @ Court 58, Lagos High Court, Ikeja Lagos.
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