The Association of Model Islamic Schools, (AMIS) Kwara state chapter has urged Nigerian Muslims to reflect on the birth and messages of Prophet Muhammad which centres on truthfulness, integrity and virtues.
The association in a statement signed by its chairman,
Prof. Abdulrazaq Oniye and secretary, Mal. Taofiq Salaudeen
felicitated with Nigerian Muslims and her members on the occasion of 1442 Maolud Nabiy holiday.
” We as proprietors of Model Islamic Schools must reflect on these two features which the coming of Prophet Muhammad represent and ensure that our learners continue to receive due guidance and spiritual elevation as they attend our schools. ”
Earlier, Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq felicitated with the Muslim community on the commemoration of the epochal birth of prophet Muhammad, saying the occasion again calls for deeper reflections within the human race.
“The birth of Prophet Muhammad and his rise to prophet-hood some 40 years after changed the course of human history and civilisation forever. The commemoration of the day serves as another reminder to everyone about how best to lead an impactful life for the good of humanity,” the Governor said in a statement issued by Rafiu Ajakaye Chief Press Secretary to the Governor on Thursday.
“As the Muslim community commemorates the birth of the prophet, it is important that we take full advantage of what the noble messenger of God bequeathed to humanity in law, ethics, manners and relationships with fellow human beings. As remarkably said by one of the virtuous predecessors, successful indeed are those who make the Prophet their life coach.