By Usman Shuaibu
The Zonal coordinator in charge of the Youth wing of the Nasrul-Lahi-il-Fathi Society of Nigeria (NASFAT), in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Zone, Alhaji Nurudeen Gbadamosi, has called on Muslims to continue to live in peace with one another irrespective of their religious denominations.
Gbadamosi, who made the call in an interview with newsmen during the 2014 Da’awah camp tagged: ‘Building the Heart of a Muslim’ at the weekend in Kuje, pointed out that they were in the camp to foster the existing relationship with the Muslim youths on the need to contribute their quota towards the progress of Islam.
He said that the programme was aimed at providing a conducive environment for the NASFAT Muslim youths, to enable them tackle the societal evils facing various communities today.
He further said that the programme was organized to enlighten the youths on the basic knowledge of Islam, while warning the NASFAT youths to be good diplomats of their religion at all times.
Gbadamosi therefore advised the NASFAT youths to make use of the knowledge acquired in the camp to better the society.
Also speaking at the occasion, the chairman of the ceremony, Alhaji Ahmad Tunde Adenusi, urged the leadership of the NASFAT in the FCT to remain committed to Islamic activities at their various branches.
Adenusi said that he would not hesitate to assist the FCT NASFAT youth wing when the need arises, and urged them to be prayerful always.
On his part, the Zonal missioner of the NASFAT, in charge of the FCT zone, Alhaji Sharafudeen Abdul-Salam Ali-Agan, pleaded with the NASFAT youths to always obey the laid down rules and regulations guiding the Da’awah camp.
He called on both males and females in the camp to shun any act capable of tarnishing the image of Islam.
In her goodwill message, the Mother of the Day, HajiyaFaoziyah Bello, who is also a member of HASFAT Abuja branch, appealed to parents as well as guardians to train their children in line with Islamic ways of life.
The occasion featured the presentation of a paper by an Islamic scholar as well as skills acquisition training for the NASFAT youths.