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MSSNLAGOS HALF HOUR: ‎WEARING HIJAB, CULTURAL OR ORDINANCE?

In an interview segment on an Islamic radio programmme, MSSN Lagos Half Hour on Star FM 101.5 last Saturday, Mallam Yusuf

Jimoh Aweda, Director of Centre of Human Rectitude, explained the essence of Hijab and that of World Hijab Day.

 

MSSNLagos Half Hour is sponsored by the Muslim Students Society of Nigeria, Lagos State Area Unit and aired every Saturday.

 

The social media activist explained that World Hijab Day was found by Nazma Khan, a Bangladesh lady in New York in 2013.

 

According to him, the day came into being over misconceptions and wrong interpretations of what Hijab truly represent.

 

Mallam Yusf said, “The concept of Hijab is not what people think that it is a cultural thing or to exclude the beauty of a

Muslimah, NO. It’s an ordinance from Allah in the Quran."

 

“On this day, we want people to respect the Muslimah behind the hijab. We want them to know that hijab is not oppression."‎

 

World Hijab Day will be celebrated in over 100 Countries of the world. Non-Muslims are also invited to wear the Hijab for a day and share their experience with the world.

 

The Hijab Day in Lagos, Nigeria will feature the Hijab Walk with hundreds of Sisters walking from Maryland  through the streets of  Lagos State.‎

 

‎‎‎It is organised by Muslim Students' Society of Nigeria Lagos State Area Unit‎.

 

For details call - ‎07043554356, 07026052706, or visit www.mssnlagos.net‎

N10 deduction in oil price, a cheat - MSSN Lagos

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. 

Lagos Hijab Ban Court Hearing Updates

Lagos Hijab Ban Court Hearing Updates

This is to inform all and sundry that the court hearing slated for October 28th, 2013 before Justice Oyewole has been adjourned again till 13th November, 2013. Information reaching is that justice Oyewole has been transferred to another court. Hence, a new judge is to be sitting on the case come November 13th, 2013.

We know surely  “And (the unbelievers) plotted and planned, and Allah too planned, and the best of planners is Allah”

 

We therefore call on all Islamic organizations, NGOs, Human rights organizations and well meaning Nigerians to join us at the Ikeja high court when the case will be decided.

See you all there insha Allah on November 13th, 2013.

 

This is to inform all and sundry that the court hearing slated for October 28th, 2013 before Justice Oyewole has been adjourned again till 13th November, 2013. Information reaching is that justice Oyewole has been transferred to another court. Hence, a new judge is to be sitting on the case come November 13th, 2013.

We know surely  “And (the unbelievers) plotted and planned, and Allah too planned, and the best of planners is Allah”

We therefore call on all Islamic organizations, NGOs, Human rights organizations and well meaning Nigerians to join us at the Ikeja high court when the case will be decided.

 

See you all there insha Allah on November 13th, 2013.

MSSN LSAU EXPANDS AS NEW AREA COUNCILS EMERGE

The Muslim Students' Society of Nigeria, Lagos State Area Unit, has expanded its structure from the initial 18 Area Councils to 43 Area Councils.
The expansion is in line with our mission and vision statement to generate quality and adequate manpower for Islam and also to engender the birth of a new society through regular programmes and continuous training of manpower.
It is also to align with the political structure of Lagos State at the local level i.e. the 57 Local Governments and Local Council Development Areas.
Already, caretaker committees have been set up to oversee the affairs of the new Area Councils.

The newly created area councils are as follows:
NEW AREA COUNCILS
Agbado/Oke-Odo, Agboyi-Ketu, Ajeromi, Amuwo-Odofin, Apapa, Ayobo/Ipaja, Bariga, Coker-Aguda, Ejigbo, Eredo, Eti-Osa, Iba, Ifelodun, Igando/Ikotun, Igbogbo/Bayeku, Ijede, Ikorodu North, Ikorodu West,
Ikosi-Isheri, Itire/Ikate, Odi-Olowo, Ogijo, Ojokoro, Olorunda, Orile-Agege, Otto Ijaniki, Yaba.

OLD AREA COUNCILS
Imota, Agege, Alimosho, Badagry, Ebute Metta, Epe, Ifako-Ijaiye, Iganmu, Ikeja, Ikorodu, Isolo, Kosofe, Lagos Mainland, Mushin, Ojo, Oshodi, Shomolu, Surulere

***Please note that Ebute-Metta Area Council metamorphosed to Yaba Area Council while Iganmu Area Council metamorphosed into Coker-Aguda.

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