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Islam and Chieftaincy Institution in the Sokoto Caliphate
(Obafemi Awolowo University in conjunction with Centre for Black Arts and African Civilization (CBAAC), 2010)
There is no doubt that religion has an extraordinary power to influence the chieftaincy institution in the African society as it serves as a vital means of shaping and moulding the lives of people within a society. This ...
Exploring the instrinsic values of islamic education as a means of national development
(Department of Arts and Social Sciences Education, University of Lagos, Akoka., 2010-08)
1111 paper explores the potentials of Islamic Education as a / It Iyst for development in Nigeria. The discussion 1(1 ntifies the developmental needs of Nigeria focussing on III challenges that have hindered development ...
Low Participation of Women in Islamic Islamic Education in Nigeria: Challenges and Solutions
(Al-Hadarah: LASU Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria, 2012)
The emergence of Islamic education could be traced back to the time of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) in the seventh century of Christian era in cities of Makkah and Madinah. The companions of the Prophet (S.A.W) irrespective ...