Live a Lasting Legacy for Your Followers- Justice Bage Tasks Islamic Clerics


The Emir of Lafia, Justice Sidi Bage Muhammed, retired has urged Islamic clerics to set a positive example and build a lasting legacy for their followers.
The Emir stated this during the prayer held in honour of Mallam Ali Na Adamu who died thirty years ago at Angwan Liman in Lafia Saturday.

The commemorative prayer, marking three decades since the passing of Mallam Ali Na Adamu, brought together Imams, traditional rulers, former students who have since become Islamic scholars, and participants from both local and external communities.

The event served as a moment of reconnection and reflection, uniting in prayer to honor the memory of their esteemed teacher.

In an address, the Emir of Lafia, justice Sidi Bage Muhammed who commended the deep religious influence that Mallam Ali Na Adamu had on people’s lives during his leadership as an Islamic scholar, called on the late scholar’s children and followers to uphold and carry forward his virtues of wisdom and guidance.

The Chairman, Nasarawa State Traditional Council of Chiefs also emphasized the importance of parents instilling religious and moral values in their children, fostering a foundation that will encourage the younger generation to stand for righteousness.

Speaking, one of the deceased’s eldest sons, Mallam Muhammed Ali, affirmed that his father’s legacy would endure and pledged to continue the educational institution initiated by his father, which has served the community for over two centuries, urging future leaders to embrace progressive strategies that will enhance human capital development and societal advancement.

The remembrance prayer for the eternal peace of Mallam Ali Na Adamu, was conducted by the Deputy Chief Imam of Lafia central Mosque Mallam Yusuf Ahmad.

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