24th Biennial Youth Forum Conference Of Islamic Movt Wraps Up In Kano

The 24th 2-Day Biennial Conference of the Youth Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria was concluded Yesterday in Kano, Nigeria with closing remarks by Sheikh Yaquob Yahya Katsina.

The conference which held at Imam Aliy Al-Ridha Hussainiyah, from Friday 11th to Sunday 13th January 2019 was well attended, with participants coming from different parts of Nigeria and neighboring countries.

Many distinguished guest speakers spoke on various topics at the conference, including Malam Sa’id Ibrahim B/kudu, who spoke on “The goal of the Islamic Movement In Nigeria”, Dr. Shuaib Musa, who spoke on “The role played by Western Countries and Saudi Arabia in trying to destroy the Islamic movement in Nigeria” and a Christian Cleric, Pastor Yohana Buru, who spoke on “Expectations of cordial Relationship and Unity between Christian and Muslim in Nigeria: Lessons from the Islamic Movement in Nigeria.” Others who spoke included Malama Maimuna Abdullahi who talked about “Principles and Ethics of Friendship amongst youths and inter-personal relationships in marriage.”

Other activities during the conference included Prayer sessions, a review of activities of Youths of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria and the challenges that lie ahead especially with regards to the struggle to free the leader of the Islamic Movement, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky. There was also a debate on “the role of education and funds in Islamic revivalism.” A short drama session was also played that sought to draw the attention of Youths to the trials and challenges facing families of  Martyred members and what is expected of us.

Alhaji Ado Umar, the chairman of the forum gave highlights of events held at the conference, stressing that it was yet again another such conference that was being held without our leader being in our midst due to the devilish activities of this murderous government.

It was yet a successful end to the conference.

 

 

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