Aren Eggon Encourages Women on the Virtues, Sacrifices of Nana Khadijat as Enshrined in the Glorious Qur’an,


The Aren Eggon Justice Ahmed Ubangari Alaku retired has challenged women to use their resources to make contributions towards the growth and development of the state.

The royal father made the call when he played host to members of the Federation of Muslim Women Association in Nigeria (FOMWAN) at his residence in Nasarawa Eggon.

Addressing members of the association, the Aren Eggon retired Justice Ahmed Ubangari Alaku who highlighted the critical role played by women in nation building, encouraged them to inculcate the virtues and sacrifices of Nana Khadijat as enshrined in the glorious Qur’an, and continue to use their resources to support the propagation of Islam.

Earlier, the state Amirat of FOMWAN, Hajiya Hashiya Ahmad, and the National Assistant Secretary of the association, Hajiya Zainab Ahmed, said the visit was to seek royal blessings and update the royal father on the forthcoming FOMWAN week, scheduled for this month.

The FOMWAN members also visited Nasarawa Eggon General Hospital where they distributed relief materials to patients and encouraged them to continue to have faith in God in situations, even as the state Amirat of FOMWAN Hajiya Hashiya Ahmad, announced the core values of the association to include assisting those in need.

Responding, the officer in charge of maternity ward of the hospital, Mildred Bawa, and the beneficiaries, appreciated FOMWAN for its support.

Meantime, members of the federation of Muslim Women Association in Nigeria led by the state Amirat, also visited Gidan Makafi, where they distributed relief items to them as the representative of the Sarki makafi, expressed gratitude to FOMWAN for the gesture, and called on others to emulate them.

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