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Al-Habibbiyah holds anniversary lecture, national prayer

The Al-Habibbiyah Islamic Society (AIS) has announced series of activities to mark its 16th anniversary starting today.

This is contained in a statement by Malam Alli Hakeem, a Former Editor-in-Chief of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) and Chairman, Planning Committee of the anniversary.

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According to him, the National Chief Imam of the society, Imam Fuad Adeyemi, said the ceremony is part of the society’s efforts to give a voice to the clamour for free, fair and transparent elections necessary for sustainable national development.

He said “Islam: Evolving purposeful Leadership through corruption free election”, is the theme of a public lecture to be delivered on January 6, 2019 at the society’s Islamic centre Guzape, Abuja.

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He said the lecture, to be delivered by an erudite Islamic Scholar Ustaz Abubakar Siddeeq, would provide a framework for engagement and discussion by other scholars and members of the audience.

Other activities lined up to commemorate the anniversary include a Special Jumaat service on January 4, 2019 as well as a special prayer for the nation also on Sunday, January 6, 2019.

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