. . .Assures Of Sustainable Programmes On Health, Education, Others
The Nasrul-Lahi-L-Fatih Society of Nigeria (NASFAT), Kaduna Branch has inaugurated a new 23 members Executive with a pledge to uphold the society’s policy on issues of Health, Education, Livelihood and Da’wah (HELD).
The newly elected chairman, Alh. AbdulGaniyu Ajao said despite all odds and the challenges presented by the global pandemic, a lot was accomplished NASFAT in its HELD agenda.
According to him, the huge nature of the NASFAT assignment requires some degree of sacrifice and a high level of concentration from all office holders in the society.
“It is in view of this that I want to especially called on every members of the society to support us in this task,” he said.
While speaking Ajao explained that he would be working with other partners to focus attention on programmes and interventions in the four areas of health, education, livelihood and Da’wah.
“With our focus, we will create a coalition of internal and external forces so we can combine resources to boldly address the issues of poverty, hunger and reducing inequalities while promoting righteousness, kindness among others,” he said.
In his remark the Guest lecturer, Jama’at Nasrul -L- Islam (JNI), Secretary General ,Dr. Khalid Abubakar Aliyu said leadership is a trust and must not be betray.
He added that Allah SWA will hold those in leadership position responsible for the decision taken during their tenure.
Dr. Khalid Abubakar Aliyu drums support for the new EXCO from all members of the Society, saying Islam today need total participation and support from all believers.
The outgoing Branch Chairman, Engr. Muhyideen Alimi Yusuf, who was a two term Branch Chairman, giving a run down of his administration’s achievements, which according to him included the inauguration of a media center for easy dispensation of information.
Yusuf prayed and charged the new executive members not to relent in their task of promoting the mission and vision of the society.
In his part, the Zonal Chairman, Alh. Kabir Inuwa Bello pleaded with the outgoing executive members to give required support to the incoming Exco in all ramifications for a successful tenure.