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Is Hijab purely for Muslims?’

Dress code for men and women which needs to be taken seriously rather creates problems among people of diff erent cultures across the world. In West Africa, the inhabitants have got themselves growing in communities infl uenced by our colonial ...

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ECWA president appeals to Gaidam on land

By Musa M. Buba Damaturu President of Evangelical Church Winning All in Nigeria (ECWA) and the Diaspora, Rev. Jeremiah M. Gado, has commended Governor Ibrahim Gaidam of Yobe state for promoting peace and unity among the various ethnic and religious ...

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MURIC accuses CAN of frustrating IRK teaching

Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) yesterday said allegations that Nigeria was being “Islamised” is “false, baseless, deceptive, malicious and provocative.” A statement by MURIC’s president, Ishaq Akintola, said the organisation rejected the allegation as it had no substance. MURIC was reacting ...

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Forum adopts constitution for peace dialogue

International Dialogue Centre (KAICIID) has adopted a draft constitution for the Interfaith Dialogue Forum for Peace (IDFP) and the inauguration of its elected Executive Secretariat to coordinate the Forum’s activities. The two-day conference organised by KAICIID, held in Abuja recently, ...

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Unacceptable thanksgivings to God (II)

God will not accept the thanksgivings of those who profess to know Jesus but in works they deny Him, being abominable, disobedient (to the Truth) and unto every good work reprobate Titus. 1:16. Any sacrifice of thanksgiving, offered before  the ...

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Pope Francis: A Pope for all seasons

Even as a Bishop and having been to the Vatican and encountered both Pope Benedict XVI and Pope John Paul 11 severally, nothing prepared me for the shock of my first formal personal encounter with Pope Francis on November 28th, ...

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