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“Jesus was neither killed nor crucified” – Professor Oloyede

In contrast to erroneous beliefs of adherents of some faith that ‘Issa, son of Maryam, was crucified and resurrected, Professor Abdulrahman Oloyede, the Chief Imam of University of Ibadan central mosque, has called on muslims to disregard such proclamation in his Friday sermon

In today's sermon, the Imam urged Muslims to hold steady the rope of Allah and abide by His words as Allah has decreed worship to him and to no other. He admonished Muslims to disregard the belief in the trinity of Jesus.

He corroborated this by citing Qur’an 4:156-158 which states,

“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:


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:


Author: Jumha Mujeeb
Category: Opinion

The 21st century is ruled by spontaneous changes which need spontaneous adjustments to keep up with it. It is what is described as the law of creative destruction.

Calling For The Smothering Of A Health Assailant In Ambush
Author: Yusuf ‘Uthman Akintola
Category: Opinion

Perhaps, it is my sense organs that have always been stubborn or somewhat meddlesome or, probably, it has been the unruly stench that has always unwaveringly branched its way into my nose’s centre for smells.

Audit Your Tongue
Author: Raheem Abdusalam
Category: Opinion

I was listening to a programme on radio when the anchorman threw a question on air for listeners to answer. The question went thus “sweet most and bitter most in flesh.” A man called and answered, saying “The Tongue.” I immediately asked my mother that why is it so?

Tedder Hall mosque was full to its brim on Sunday, November 12, 2017 when brethren from various halls of residence came in the*ir numbers to attend the second Brothers’ Forum of the current dispensation.

NIMechE UI Hold Their First Conference
Author: Yusuff Uthman Adekola
Category: NEWS

On Monday, 6th November, 2017, the Nigerian Institute of Mechanical Engineers, University of Ibadan Branch (NIMechEUI), held, at the Trenchard Hall, their first conference which had, in special attendance, the 1987 set.

The University of Ibadan Vice Chancellor, Prof. A.I. Olayinka, while giving his remarks after the Jumhat service on Friday held at the University Central Mosque, declared that, “All religions profess peace; it just depends on the doctrine or approach to it”

The University of Ibadan Vice Chancellor has appraised the efforts of Muslims on campus in upholding peace and stability in the University environ. He therefore has urged Muslims to continue to gallop on this stride.