Author: Muslim Voice

The Nigeria and Osun Muslim community, particularly from Iwoland has been thrown into mourning following the news of the death of respected Muslim scholar, Sheikh Dr. Abdur Rasheed Abdul Jabar Salman Buwaeb.   It was gathered that Sheikh Buwaeb, a Read more…

Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has rewarded the overall best student of the Lagos State University (LASU), Olaniyi Olawale, with N10 million during the university’s 27th Convocation and 40th Anniversary on Thursday. Last week, the university announced that Olaniyi Mubaraq Read more…

In a remarkable display of commitment to community development, Alhaji Aliyu Onaolapo Olatinwo family has inaugurated a cutting-edge mosque adorned with contemporary designs and amenities in Offa, Kwara State. The newly constructed mosque, positioned in front of Olatinwo Estate, stands Read more…

Jeffery Shaun King and his wife Rai King have converted to Islam on the first day of the holy month of Ramadan in United States (US). Meanwhile, the two pronounced a testament of faith, known as Shahadah, over Instagram live Read more…

Honesty is a good attribute and a blessing of Almighty Allah. Almighty Allah gives this attribute to whomever He wills. The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, “Honesty certainly leads to goodness, and goodness leads to paradise. Truly, a man Read more…

Kidnapping is a major problem in Nigeria in the early 21st century. Hundreds of Nigerians have been kidnapped for ransom in recent years, largely by criminal gangs who see it as an easy way to make money. Close to 20 Read more…

The Oyo State Government on Tuesday evening confirmed what it described as “an uncommon explosion.” Residents of Ibadan are in a state of terror after a catastrophic explosion occurred at 8 p.m. yesterday in the Dejo Oyelese, Adeyi neighborhood, Oyo Read more…

A condolence message on the passing of Sheikh AbdulHafeez Abou, Baba Adinni of Lagos signed by Kamoldeen Abiona, Amir (President), Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria (MSSN) Lagos State Area Unit today reads: “With heavy hearts, we extend our deepest condolences Read more…

Mamadou Barry couldn’t afford a plane ticket to enrol at his dream university – so he decided to cycle from Guinea to Egypt. All he had on him was a small bag of clothes, $55, and a handwritten map, BBC Read more…

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