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

MSSNLagos Half Hour: Implication of not voting with sincerity
Written by AbdulHakeem Adeoye   
Tuesday, 20 January 2015 06:44

An Islamic Scholar, Ustaz Abdulhakeem Thanni, has appealed to all eligible voters especially Muslims to vote with sincerity during elections. Ustaz Thanni said this during a discussion segment on a radio programme, MSSNLagos HALF HOUR, on Star FM 101.5 between 8:30am-9am.

The programme, which usually holds every Saturday, had 'Islam versus Democracy: The views on Leadership',

Hijab Ban: Our Position

​It​ is sad that only in Nigeria that a letter written in April 201​4​ by ​Attorney general of Lagos State did not differ from the judgement delivered today both in content and basis. The basis of the judgement is that Nigeria is a secular state and the judge quoted European constitution and Turkish law extensively neglecting the fact that Nigeria constitution recognise two major religion (Islam and Christianity) to the extent that government do .... read more

N10 deduction in oil price, a cheat - MSSN Lagos
Written by AbdulHakeem Adeoye   
Tuesday, 20 January 2015 07:37
The Muslim Students Society of Nigeria, Lagos State Area Unit has described as shameful the Federal Government's act of taking Nigerians for granted.
The society said this in a statement by its President, Kaamil Kaleijaye, reacting to the N10 reduction in the fuel price of the country. According to Kaleijaye, the Federal Government with the meagre reduction underrated the economic consciousness of the Nigerian populace. 

Food for Thought

(Namely), those who say: "Our Lord! we have indeed believed: forgive us, then, Our sins, and save us from the agony of the Fire;"-

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