Cleric urges Muslim Parents to encourage children to learn Quran

Amina Mohammad, Abuja


Muslims have been urged to encourage their children to acquire Qur’anic knowledge in enhancing a better society.

An Islamic Scholar, Imam Fuad Adeyemi, made a call at the Walimatul Quran and Nigerian Muslim merit Award presentation organised by Al-habibiyya Academy in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital.

Imam Faud explained: “The only way Muslim would not go contrary to the tenet of Islam is for them to allow Qur’anic education to reflect in their daily lives as exemplified by Prophet Muhammad (P.U.H).”

Imam Fuad stressed the need for Muslims to observe various teachings in the holy Quran.

The Cleric also described the high rate of insecurity in the country as alarming and called on the government to convey National security summit where all the stakeholders in the six Geo political zone would discuss and proffer solutions to the in security in the country.

The Guest lecturer, Ambassador Rudwan Mustapha, who spoke on the topic ‘The leader, the led, and the Quran’ admonished people to avoid anything capable of causing disaffection in the society.

One of the Grandaunts Rafat Salami promised to imbibe all the lessons learned during her period of learning the holy Quran.

The events featured presentations of awards to some Muslim scholars who distinguished themselves.