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“Muslims have abandoned the dictates of Islam especially on marriage rites” – Professor Oloyede

The Chief Imam of University of Ibadan, Professor Abdul Rahman Oloyede, in his Friday sermon, which is a sequel to last week's sermon on the International Women’s Day celebration, has emphasised the importance of marriage and the responsibility that accompanies it. Muslims were advised to maintain the ties of kinship (of descendants of same parents). He elucidated this by citing Qur’an 4 vs 1 which states:

“WE WANT TO KOW HOW MUCH UI IS GENERATING FROM IGR” –ABIODUN OMISORE,

Following the lockdown showdown of the University’s school gates, Adh-Dhikr Press went all out to unearth the motives behind the strike action. It would be recalled that SSANU, NASU and NAAT, UI Chapter, had gone on a warning strike last week. And having not met their demands, they embarked on an indefinite strike this Monday. This is due to the unpaid and slashed salaries of members of the Unions. In our interview with the General Secretary of SSANU, Mr. Abiodun Omisore, he had this to say:

FROM ADHIKR PRESS

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:

A bright thunder storm blows in

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.