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NASFAT inaugurates new exco in Kaduna

The Kaduna branch of Nasrul-Lahi-l-Fatih Society of Nigeria (NASFAT) has inaugurated a 23-member executive, who pledge to uphold the society’s policy on issues of health,…

The Kaduna branch of Nasrul-Lahi-l-Fatih Society of Nigeria (NASFAT) has inaugurated a 23-member executive, who pledge to uphold the society’s policy on issues of health, education, livelihood and da’wah.

Zonal Chairman of NASFAT Alhaji Kabir Inuwa Bello, who was represented by the zonal vice chairman, Kazeem Adekunle Adesanya while inaugurating the new executives prayed for them to succeed in their new assignment.

The new branch chairman, Alhaji AbdulGaniyu Ajao, while speaking said the NASFAT assignment requires some degree of sacrifice and a high level of concentration from all stakeholders in the society.

He called on members of the society to support them to achieve their task, adding that they will create a coalition of internal and external forces to combine resources that would address poverty, hunger and reduce inequalities while promoting righteousness and kindness among others.

In his remark, JNI Secretary General, Dr. Khalid Abubakar Aliyu, reminded the executive that leadership is a trust and must not be betrayed. He added that Allah (SWT) will hold those in leadership positions accountable for the decisions taken during their tenure.

Dr. Khalid called for support for the new exco, saying Islam today needs total participation and support from all believers.

He led a special prayer for the success of the new exco and sought Allah’s intervention on the Covid-19 pandemic that has prevented Muslims from performing Hajji.

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