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NASFAT youths get new executives

The Nasrul-Lahi-L-Fatih Society of Nigeria (NASFAT) youth council has inaugurated the new national executive members who will serve till 2021. The youth pledged to support…

The Nasrul-Lahi-L-Fatih Society of Nigeria (NASFAT) youth council has inaugurated the new national executive members who will serve till 2021.

The youth pledged to support NASFAT to address the issues of health, education, livelihood and dawah.

The youth wing inaugurated her sixth national youth secretary, Kabir Raji, along with 14 other national executive council members.

Speaking at the inauguration at the Lagos State secretariat mosque, the president, Mr. Niyi Yusuf, congratulated the new executives and urged them to make positive suggestions to the NEC for 2019 -2021 which are health, education, livelihood and dawah.

He noted that the youth secretary started with good plans and agenda to drive the wing goals and objectives.

Yusuf urged the youth to promote the online page of the chief Missioner, Imam Onike, adding that it will not be bad having a well known public figure in NASFAT just like Mufti Ismael Menk, Bilal Philip.

The sixth NASFAT national youth secretary, in his inaugural and acceptance speech said “This administration promises to operate within the confines of the society vision, mission and objectives to ensure best practices of the truly religious organization devoid of fraud, pettiness, jealousy, ethnic sentiment even against non-adherent of Islam.”

Other members of the national youth executives council are Ajayi Ismail (in house secretary), Alhaji Abdulqudus Olayiwola (Head of Dawah), Oyewo Oyelere Kafayat (Amirah), and Abdulateef Oladipupo A. (NYW PRS) among others.

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