No fewer than twelve Arabic Islamic students of Fityatul Uda Al-Mustapha Islamic Centre, Akata-Osode, Ganmo in Ifelodun local government area of Kwara State have graduated from the centre on Sunday.
In his sermon at the ceremony, a Ganmo based Islamic cleric, Dr. Lukman Abdulbaki said Muslim clerics have departed from the olden days of Islamic practice, lamenting that Muslim clerics of nowadays are facing various challenges.
He said there is no availability of jobs for both Islamic and wester education graduands in the country, stressing that Nigerian educationists is confronting with unemployment saga, charging the graduands to plan for their future.
The Proprietor of Misbaudeen Islamic Studies Ganmon, extolled the quality of late Sheikh Adam Al-illory, adding that Sheikh Al-Ilory became world star through hardwork, dedication and commitment towards his education.
“Sheikh Adam Al-Ilory was an ordinary student who focused on his studies at tender age. But later became a popular Islamic cleric world wide”, he disclosed.
He said that the wise man is those who plan to build their life for futures’ survivors, advising them to remains focus and don’t rely on their parents achievements.
Speaking with our reporter after the ceremony, one of the celebrants’ mother, Hajia Kubrat Olaide Olafimihan described Qur’an knowledge as sure break through of all problems that may confronting Muslims faithful.
She advised Muslims children to acquire sound Qur’anic knowledge for better tomorrow, urging Muslim parents to give their children sound Islamic and wester education.