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By Muhammad Ahmad

This whole article has been inspired by the texts of the epic speech ‘Revival of Religion’, delivered by Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad (AS), Khalifatul-Masih IV in September 1983, at Sydney, Australia.

Today, there is no doubt that… Continue reading

By Muhammad Ahmad

Today, the tragedy of the Muslim Ummah; is that Muslims are at war with themselves, there is more wrangling between Muslims today, than ever before, Muslims are fighting and killing their fellow Muslim brothers. The so-called Muslim… Continue reading

By Muhammad Ahmad

As Muslims across the globe completes the one month obligatory fast of the blessed month of Ramadan this year 1442AH, the question to ask is what lessons have we learnt in the course of fasting during this… Continue reading

 By Muhammad Ahmad

“Verily you have in the messenger of Allah an excellent model, for him who fears Allah and the last day, and remembers Allah much” (Suratul Ahzab verse 22).

The above verse clearly points out the fact… Continue reading

By Alhassan Bawa Niworu

It is not longer news that our educational system is bedeviled with myriad of problems beyond any imaginative perspective, ranging from Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) strikes to unholy policies and societal interference.

Consequently, in… Continue reading

“Some people are born great; some achieve greatness while others have greatness thrust upon them” – William Shakespeare

 

By Fatai Ibrahim

It was Harvey Samuel Firestone (1868 – 1938), the late American businessman who said, “The growth and development… Continue reading

The new Head of Service, Niger State, Hajiya Salamatu T Abubakar, mni, who recently concluded studies at Nigeria Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies, Kuru, Jos, was sworn into office at Government House, Minna, recently. After the exercise, she granted… Continue reading

By Hauwa Sidi

Duma and Mayaki communities are small villages in Lapai Local Government Area of Niger State,  Nigeria. The indigenes of Duma and Mayaki community are mostly farmers and petty traders.

Access to health care in Mayaki and… Continue reading

By Mary Jalingo 

Pregnancy especially in African tradition is a must for every married woman. In fact, the night after one’s wedding, family, friends, and neighbors expect the woman to come out showing signs of pregnancy. In some quarters,… Continue reading

By Hamza Waziri

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t is said that “A healthy society is a wealthy society”, but, sadly, the people at the rural areas languish in ill-health and are desperately poor.

    For someone living in the rural area to… Continue reading

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