From Abdullahi Alhassan, Kaduna
The Federation of Muslim Women Association of Nigeria (FOMWAN) has emphasized the importance of tolerance for Muslim couples to maintain sustainable and peaceful married lives.
Hajiya Bilkisu Nana Hassan, the Chairperson of the Education Committee of FOMWAN’s Kaduna state chapter, delivered this advice during a marriage counseling lecture aimed at married couples and other Muslims in Kaduna.
The objective of the lecture was to raise awareness among Muslim couples and those aspiring to get married about how to avoid conflicts and other marital problems that can lead to divorce.
Hajiya Bilkisu Nana Hassan urged Muslims to lead a religious life in accordance with Islamic teachings, emphasizing that doing so would allow them to experience the blessings of Allah.
Additionally, she cautioned Muslim women against the dangers of skin bleaching, highlighting its negative impact on the kidneys and other vital organs. She also advised against the use of dangerous and illicit drugs in the pursuit of physical beauty.
In a separate event, wealthy Muslims were called upon to support the educational endeavors of the deaf and dumb community.
Mallam Yakubu Ahmad, the Chairman of the Dr. Ahmed Gumi Da’awah Committee, made this appeal during a preaching session for Muslims who are deaf and dumb, held in Kaduna.
He stressed the importance of providing assistance to these individuals as they seek to deepen their knowledge of the Islamic religion. Mallam Yakubu emphasized that those who support the education of the deaf and dumb would be richly rewarded by Almighty Allah.
Earlier in the session, Ustaz Muhammad Dan’azumi, the Vice Chairman of the Da’awah Committee, commended the efforts of Dr. Ahmed Gumi and Chief Imam of Sultan Bello Mosque, Dr. Adam Suleiman, for their initiative in implementing educational programs aimed at improving the quality of life for the deaf and dumb community.