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SMILE; IT BRINGS OUT THE BEAUTY IN YOU

Smile does a lot more than simply letting the world know you are happy. It makes you more attractive, look younger and it also has numerous health benefits. Smiling can benefit perception at work, social life and in fact your smile can make other people happy. A smile can go a long way than just showing affection especially health-wise. Flashing just a grin of smile brings out affection, wins you friends and it thickens relationships and bonds of friendship.

RE: WE WILL GO TO POLY IN SEARCH OF SISTERS

How respectful and humble are most poly sisters! Beauty isn’t their enemy too. Ready are they to go with the man who’s ready to take them with him, who will care, who will be the father of her children and who is ready to plan the future with her. They are often very obedient. Most of them understand better the hadith of the prophet:

“Whoever among you is capable of getting married should marry…”

FROM ADHIKR PRESS

UIMC HOLDS 2015/1436 RAMADAN LECTURE
Author: Mallam Bashir and Daud Shittu
Category: NEWS

 

THE MEDIA AND THE MUSLIMS
Author: Anonymous
Category: Contemporary Matters

As the grand finale of their Jihad Week, the MSSN UCH Branch held a symposium last week, titled ”The media and the muslims”, the lectures were delivered by professionals in journalism. Even though I arrived quite late, I was quitefascinated with this topic.

Allah says in the Quran:

MSSN OF TODAY
Author: Brotherhood™
Category: Contemporary Matters

There is a term that is gaining cognizance these days and it is no more an uncommon to hear the term; “the MSSN of yesterday”.

SHAMELESS NOT HOPELESS!
Author: INSIGHT
Category:

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M.S.S.N, THE PLACE TO BE …
Author: Brotherhood™
Category: Contemporary Matters

I can still vividly remember the first advice I got in the University of Ibadan after the series of “remember the son of who you are” from parents and relatives. It was my first day in the University of Ibadan to resume fully as an undergraduate, I came with my luggage and baggage but commercial cars with which I came were not allowed to enter the school area so I had to take a drop to my hall, the great Nnamdi Azikiwe hall.