NASFAT Women Affairs Management Holds 23RD Annual Women’s Week In Grand Style
September 27, 2022
The Women Affairs management of Nasrul-Lahi-L-Fatih Society NASFAT, an umbrella Islamic body for Muslim women in the society will gather eminent citizens including well-to-do Muslims in Lagos and beyond for the annual Women’s week.
The event, which will hold from Rabi Al-Awwal 20th-27th, 1444 AH which coincides with Sunday 16th to Sunday 23rd of October, 2022 of the Gregorian calendar, that will be taking place at different NASFAT locations throughout Nigeria and overseas. The theme for this year is ” *Muslim Women In A Challenging World: Attaining Success Here And Hereafter* “.
The NASFAT National Women Affairs Management Secretary, Alhaja Suwebat Bolakale Aduke Kupolati enjoins all women to actively participate in the line up of programmes already scheduled for the week.
She said the rationale behind this year theme, “is to help empower women with appropriate knowledge and empowerment skills that they can use to attain successes in their various endeavours in this world and at the same time not to loose the eternal successes in the Hereafter, despite numerous challenges, varying from economic, social, financial, marital, religious etc that the entire universe is being faced with.”
The lined up activities/ programmes for Women’s Week include General Asalat, Special prayer for Women, Women Connect with the youth. Charity Visitation, Online Women Connect with the Missionary, Fasting and Special Prayer all for spiritual soul lifting and giving alms to the less privilege on the society wherever NASFAT is located.
Also Skill Acquisition Graduation Ceremony, Celebration of the Elderly and Widows, Mosque Cleaning efforts geared towards community social responsibility.
Not forgetting Quranic recitation and Quiz Competition, Walk for fitness, Health Screening, Fundraising Luncheon and the Grand finale to wrap up the whole event.
According to the Chairperson of the planning committee, Alhaja Hafsah Adeola Aralepo, “all these activities are put together to continue to align with HELD policy of the current National Executive Council in bringing succour and tranquility to humanity irrespective of our differences.”
“The HELD policy which stands for health education livelihood and dawah. This is the project NASFAT has been working on with a view to supporting the efforts of the government and contributing her quota to the development of our nation and wherever host country NASFAT is domiciled.”