In a vibrant celebration, Kanzul Rahma and Modrasat Kanzul Wal_Maharif marked their Annual Maolud Nobiyi, titled Teskiratul Ayatul Tosul.
The event commenced with an opening prayer by Alfa Taoreed, emphasizing the significance of celebrating the birth of Prophet Muhammad (SAW).
Fadhilat Sheik Imam Abdul Hammed Usman Sheu Gunmi, National Missioner of Kanzul Rahma, expressed gratitude for the attendees, elucidating the meaning of Kanzul Rahma as the “Altar of Mercy.”
Sheu Gunmi highlighted the importance of honoring Prophet Muhammad, stating, “We celebrate him because there is no one that, when celebrated, will not honor us.”
He appealed for support in the construction of Kanzul Rahma Omigo central mosque, aiming to foster good moral values in the community.
Adewale Abdul Waheed, Chairman of Kanzul Rahma Society of Nigeria, echoed this sentiment, stating, “Our aim is to promote good moral in the community.”
Fadhilat Sheikh Imam Abdul Wasihi Adio Bawa Allah, Founder of Bamas Ujubatu Zamanni, lauded Kanzul Rahma for allowing him to be the lecturer for the occasion.
His lecture focused on humility as the key to success, growth, and heaven. “When you are humble, God is always with you,” emphasized Bawa Allah, urging all to embrace humility.
Al_Islami Hamod Majimilade emphasized that humility, not just money or wisdom, is the path to a successful life.
He encouraged members to follow in the footsteps of Imam Sheu Gunmi, highlighting the importance of good manners.
Mr. Adamu Ibrahim, General Chairman of Omigo Estate, thanked Kanzul Rahma for positively influencing the youth and reducing the level of negative influence in the community.
Muhammad Zikirullahi Shakirudeen expressed gratitude to all who contributed to the success of the mosque.
The event saw the presence of notable figures, including Fadhilat Sheikh Imam Abdul Wasihi Adio Bawa Allah, a representative of Baale Omigo, a representative of Mumtaz Travel and Tours, Alh. Adamu Ibrahim, Al_Islami Hamod Majimilade, Mrs. Shittu Raliat, Alh. Imam Abeeb Al Mahabub Yahya, Alfa Idris Apesin, Alhaja Ogundipe, and others.