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  • Date: 2013 Jan 28

First day of the Unity Week in Zaria, Nigeria + Pic


           
The first Lecture of the Unity week Program on Thursday the 12 R/Auwal 1433 (24/1/13) was on the Necessity of Unity of Muslim Ummah and was delivered by two Speakers- Ustaz Usman Aliyu Ladan and professor Abdulfatah of University of Maiduguri. 

 First day of the Unity Week in Zaria, Nigeria + Pic

(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - The first Lecture of the Unity week Program on Thursday the 12 R/Auwal 1433 (24/1/13) was on the Necessity of Unity of Muslim Ummah and was delivered by two Speakers- Ustaz Usman Aliyu Ladan  and professor Abdulfatah of University of Maiduguri.

The program was attended by large number of people who gathered at Husainiyyh Baqiyyatullah, Zaria. The first lecture was delivered by Ustaz Usman Aliyu ladan who is the Youths leader of Izala Muslim group. He spoke on the necessity of Unity saying it brings power which is unbreakable by enemies. He cited the example of sticks tight as a bundle. He said those sticks cannot be broken into pieces by a single person; whereas, if each stick is removed from the bundle it can be broken into pieces easily with little effort.  He added that this is what is expected of Muslims to be.

The second topic of the Unity week program on the 24th of January 2013 was a lecture on Islam in the Southern part of Nigeria.

This lecture was supposed to be delivered by  Eze Abdulfatah Chiemedizie and two others from the Southern Nigeria.

Professor Abdulfatah started his lecture by giving history of the advent of Islam in Southern Nigeria. He said, contrary to what some historians say that Islam reached South West  Nigeria in 17th century, the professor explained that the advent of Islam in Southern Nigeria particularly the Yoruba land is traced back to 14th century from Mali during the era of Mansa Musa of Mali empire;  at the time the Yoruba called Islam as Isemali ie the religion of Mali.
 
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