In the Name of Allah, we testify that nothing is worthy of Worship but Allah. We also bear witness that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah and the seal of all prophets. May Allah’s blessings continue to be on him, his household, Companions and Mumuneen. Amin.
Sadness looms as the spate of killings, kidnapping and banditry pervade the country. The cauldron of security apparatus boils without significant results. The more, we re-jig the security architecture, the more it becomes challenging and inefficient. In view of this situation that has no respect for colour, status, race, the PEACE magazine decides to seek the views of Malam Ibrahim Shekarau a two-term Governor of Kano State, who gallantly curtailed insecurity and banditry during his tenure in a state known for her explosive nature. Read: I bear No personal grudges against Kwankwaso.
There is nothing in which people deal with from the different sciences that is more obscure, delicate, exalted, noble, difficult and problematic than dreams. Some dreams come true, some do not, thus many ask is every person’s dream real or is it only pious people whose dreams are real and what does Islam say about dreams. In this edition, our team presents Islamic views on dreams to guide you. Read: Dreams in the light of Islam.
Age is telling on his eminence, Judge Prince Bola Abdul-Jabbar Ajibola, CFR, Proprietor, Philanthropist anda peaceful eloquent international jurist. In this edition, we visited him in Abeokuta, Ogun state, to interview him once more for the reading pleasure of our readers, particularly on two of his numerous parts which are the establishments of the Crescent University, Abeokuta, Ogun state and the Islamic Mission for Africa (IMA). Find: Al-hamdullilah, I am Fulfilled.
This edition is another effort from our stable to impart knowledge on our readers and add value to their understanding of Islam. Therefore we have well-researched topics in our regular columns. Find: Burial at Sea, Myth about ‘Aashooraa, Washing and Shrouding, and Staff holding during Khutbah and lots more.
Kassem Yisa, an administrator and humanist per excellence, holds a Bachelor degree in Public Administration from the famous Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria. He also schooled at Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin, Kwara State, Osi Central Secondary School, Osi, Kwara State and ST. Agnes Primary School, Iponrin via Ile-Ife, Osun-state.
His working experiences varied in Islamic Dawah and Islamic welfares services. He once served as the Administrative Secretary of Nasrul-Lahi-L-Fathi Society of Nigeria, (NASFAT); Abuja branch, 2002 to 2008. Through him in one day he recruited 28 NASFAT members as Marketers for a telecommunications operator as well as securing many other employments for Members in the private and public sectors. Attended World conference in 2005, hosted by National Action Committee on AIDS in Abuja. He also attended several other conferences organized by NACA for faith based Organizations representing Nasrul-Lahi -L-Fathi Society of Nigeria.
Popularly known as Baba Abu, he served as the Regional Manager (North) for TAFSAN TOURS AND TRAVELS LIMITED, a business arm of NASFAT, where he coordinated for the Islamic group, Umrah and Hajj services with unblemished records. He in the past worked as Advert Executives Abuja offices of Daily Times Nigeria Limited and Media Trust Limited, Abuja, where he carved a niche for himself in ADVERTS sourcing tactics for print Media houses. In addition to his directorship in the PEACE Magazine, he sits at the head of Z & R Travels and Tours, specializing on Umrah and Hajj services.
This passionate and widely travelled Islamic worker has been with the PEACE MAGAZINE since it debuted in 2002 and midwifes the PEACE forage into Abuja and Kaduna Markets.