Youths begin 3-day annual conference in Kaduna


Youth Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria leads by Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky has began a 3-day 23rd annual conference being organized by the youths of the Movement.

The conference began yesterday Friday 10/8/2018, at about 3:00p.m. in the city of Kaduna with registration of the attendants drawn from various zones and chapters of the Movement.

The theme of this year’s conference is “Drawing the attention of brothers and sisters towards the ideology and aims of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria”.

The registration followed by special supplications by the attendants where a number of supplications were recited.

The conference continuous today Saturday, 11/8/2018, with lectures on different topics been delivered by religious clerics and academicians from tertiary institutions.

The first speaker, Sayyid Aliyu B/Ruwa speaks on the theme: “The targeted aims of the Islamic Movement”.

He enumerated the aims and objectives of the Islamic Movement initiated and being leads by Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky(H). The speaker traced the genesis of the Islamic the Movement established by Sheikh Zakzaky in 1979 after the successful Islamic revolution in Iran, led by Late Ruhullah Imam Khumain(Q.S). He pointed out how attendants of the program are supposed to be a good ambassadors of the Movement in any environment they find themselves.

The second speaker Mr. Muhammad Saminu a senior lecturer, speaks on the significance of knowledge, guidance and counselling.

He speaks at length touching different aspects of education in general. He cited various quotations on knowledge from the speeches of Sheikh Zakzaky and some philosophers.

Mr. M. Saminu gave pieces of advice to the attendants as regards education. He laid emphasis on significance of searching for knowledge by each and every brother and sister of the Movement.

According to him “Knowledge is the only criteria a brother of the Movement can compete among his contemporaries of the present day”.

The program is ongoing with lectures being delivered by different clerics and academicians.

  • By Abdullahi Isah Wasagu