The North West Zone 1 of Nasrul Lahil Fathi (NASFAT) has said that its activities spanned wide areas of Islamic propagation (Da’awa), which included the creation of primary, secondary, Islamiyya and even tertiary institutions in Nigeria.
Zonal chairman of the society, Alhaji Kazeem Taoreed, said this as he and his group received the delegation of Emir of Kano, Alhaji Aminu Ado Bayero, who was in Sabon Gari recently to inspect NASFAT’s newly built ultra-modern mosque.
The North West Zone 1 of the society, which comprises of Kano, Jigawa and Katsina states, erected the mosque with accommodation capacity of 4000 worshipers at a time.
The inspection delegation, which was led by the Chief Imam of Kano and a former Vice Chancellor of Bayero University, Kano Prof. Sani Zaharadeen, accompanied by the district head of Fagge, Alh. Mahmoud Ado Bayero, did a thorough inspection to confirmed that the newly built Mosque conformed with positioning to the Qibla.
The delegate also commended NASFAT for maintaining a good relationship with other Islamic and non Islamic organisations within its immediate environment.
Prof. Zaharadeen praised the leadership of NASFAT for its pioneering roles in various areas of Da’wah, noting that the emirate has been following NASFAT activities with keen interest.
On his part, Alhaji Kazeem Taoreed appreciated the level of respect and love that the emirate reserved for the group, noting that the mosque is just one of the numerous programs of NASFAT and stressing that the creation of Fountain University, Oshogbo, which has been graduating students all over Nigeria, was aimed at enlightening the Muslim society.
He added that NASFAT Relief Initiative, an NGO arm of the group, has spent N65 million so far on members and non members to cushion the effect of COVID-19.
Kazeem also stated that the society planned to have a full Islamic complex at the current location, which is to accommodate a primary, secondary and Islamiya schools among other projects.
The inspection event witnessed the presence of NASFAT branch executives, council of elders, women management communities and the youth leadership.