11 January 2013

Nigeria: Islamic School Graduates 28 Students in Abaji

About 28 students of Madarasatul-Tarbiyyatul- Islamiyya at Anguwar Abbatoir Abaji, graduated from the school on Saturday.

Those that graduated were Abdulbasit Muhammad, Ibrahim Yusuf, Abdulrazak Suleiman, Mukhtar Shuaibu, Umar A. Suleiman, Abdulkareem Abdulmalik, Muhammad Alhassan, Muhammad A. Abdulmalik, Suleiman A. Usman, Muhammad Zakari, Abubakar Musa and Abdulmalik S. Adamu.

Others were Rukayyat S. Adamu, Hafsat J. Suleiman, Lubabatu Ujah, Nafisat J. Suleiman, Kifayat Muhammad, Ahmad Sa'adatu, Habiba Muhammad, Zainab Idris, Fatima Lawal, Khadijat A. Umar, Maryam Adamu, Zainab Muhammad and Hussaina Y. Adamu.

Head teacher of the school, Malama HussainaYusuf Suwaibatu , expressed joy and happiness to God for observing the 28 students successfully graduate as well as recitate verses of the Qur'an.

She noted that despite challenges faced in ensuring that female acquire Islamic education at the school especially married women, God has been of great assistance.

The head teacher urged the graduands not to see their graduation as the end of it all but always devote their time at home to reciting the Holy Qur'an so that they can impact knowledge on others.

Also speaking, FCT PDP chairman, Alhaji Yunusa Yahaya Suleiman, commended the school's management and stressed the need for parents to always encourage their children to acquire Islamic education.

He advised Muslims to strive to acquire both Islamic and western education in order to strengthen development in society as well as curb any kind of immoral/social vices in the society.

The chairman congratulated the graduating students and urged them to continue to obey their parents and ensure they recite their Qur'an at home so that they can impact the knowledge to other younger ones.

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