Women Are Advocated To Keep an Eye on Their Wards
The Kebbi state women are advised to monitor their children during Sallah celebration, bearing in mind that the roads are to be busiest with vehicle during the time.
This advice was given by a renowned Islamic scholar sheikh Abubakar Giro Argungu at a closing Tafseer ceremony held in Sheikh Gummi Juma’ at mosques Argungu.
He said, “Presumably you learned a lot during Tafseer and its hope to put it into live out”. He added that women assume many duties in the society; they are mothers, producers, and home managers, so educating women is as equal as educating the whole community.
The report discovered that, sheikh Giro used this opportunity to express his words of appreciation to the Tafeesr organizer for their Well done job, he also pray Almighty God to grant them with the highest stage of paradise (Jannatul Firdausi).
In her remark during ceremony, the chairperson of women da’awa committee, Hajiya Rabi Isah Wambai said, the entire lesson that women experienced during the tafseer will enormously shaping their morality and smooth the progress of their live standard.
Women in attendance, included Hajiya Balkisu Bachaka the principal GGSS Augie, Hajiya Hindatu Umar Maizabo vice chairman Argungu local government and Aishatu Adamu among others.