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Sallah: Pay July Salaries, Islamic Scholar Begs Bauchi Govt

By Hassan Jirgi, Bauchi The Chief Imam of Bauchi Central Mosque, Malam Bala Baban Inna has appealed to Governor Bala Mohammed to  pay workers their July salaries to enable them celebrate Eid-el Kabir comfortably. The Imam who made the appeal

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Sallah: Borno, Yobe Govs Urge Citizens To Sustain Prayer For Peace, Love

By Hassan Jirgi, Damaturu Borno state Governor Prof Babagana Umaru Zulum, has urged citizens of the state to sustain prayers for the return of peace in Borno state and Nigeria at large. Governor who spoke at the government house in

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Sallah: NAWOJ Kebbi Felicitates With Muslim Faithfuls

The Nigeria Association of  Women Journalists Kebbi State Chapter (NAWOJ) has joined Muslim faithfuls to celebrate Eid-El-Adha. In a goodwill message by NAWOJ’s Chairperson, Mrs. Laiatu Augustine Bamaiyi, said in Eid El-Kabir celebration for the year 2020, many expect good

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Encomium As Minister-Designate Donates Sallah Packages To Muslims

BY JONATHAN IPAA  A Nigerian minister-designate, Dame Pauline Tallen has received encomium from the Muslim community in Plateau State as she doled out rice, rams, clothing and other domestic items worth millions of naira for the celebration of this year’s Eid-el-Kabir.

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Zamfara: Bandits Kill 16 On Sallah Day

Bandits were said to have allegedly killed 16 persons in Kanoma District of Maru Local Government Area of Zamfara on Sallah day. Confirming the attack in a press statement  in Gusau on Wednesday, the Director-General on Media to the state

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Salah sets new hair craze in Egypt

An Egyptian barber is giving fans of Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah a brand new way of expressing their love for the famed footballer. Self-taught Walid Makram, known as Caesar, gives daring customers haircuts with faces of famous Arabic celebrities. He learned

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Blood flows on Bangladesh streets after Sallah

Just days after a river in Russia inexplicably turned as red as blood, another red river has been witnessed in Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh. According to reports in The Sun UK, the streets of Dhaka is currently flowing read with

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Haj slowdown hits Saudi businesses

By Dahlia Nehme | MECCA Saudi businesses catering to haj visitor have taken a hit this year as far fewer pilgrims arrive and those who come have less cash to spend. Saudi authorities say only about 1.86 million pilgrims, including

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Muslim faithful pray for nation in Abuja (Picture news)

Muslim faithfuls at the National Praying Ground. Credits-Vanguard

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Millions converge on Arafat plains for final rites of 2016 Hajj

At least three million pilgrims from parts of the world are now at the plains of Arafat, Saudi Arabia, to observe the final rites of this year’s pilgrimage. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that at least 77,000 Nigerians are

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