NASFAT SWEARS-IN EXECUTIVES IN SOMOLU-BARIGA BRANCH
…applauds members and elders
Shamsideen Ajimomuya Oseni November 30, 2022
The famous pacesetting religious society, Nasrul-Lahi-L-Fatih, NASFAT, Lagos Zone One last Sunday inaugurated a new Branch Executive Council (BEC) for Somolu-Bariga Branch of the society.
The inauguration which took place on the Branch site at Awomodu area of Somolu, Lagos was co-ordinated by the Zonal Executive Council under the stewardship of Alhaji Engr. Mustapha Alabi.
The Alhaji Nurein Osimade led 21-man Branch Executive Council which piloted the leadership of the Branch exceptionally for two years was dissolved after expiration of the tenure and upon the completion of the Shurah Committee scrutinization of members who are nominated for various executive positions.
In the meantime, as part of the inauguration process, the Alhaji Lateef Folajaiye-led Shurah Committee which was set-up to screen nominated members to be selected as new Branch Executives was dissolved after the completion of its assignment.
“All your efforts, commitment and service to Allah SWT and NASFAT are well appreciated and it’s our prayer that you shall all be handsomely rewarded in both worlds.” Said Zonal Chairman.
KIIN MEDIA learnt that the Shurah screening exercise included evaluation of the membership commitment to the society, Islamic knowledge, integrity test as well as age and educational qualifications with credentials.
While dissolving the out-going Branch Executive Council, the Zonal Chairman, Alh. Engr. Alabi applauded the Alhaji Nurein Osimade-led team for the acquisition of a landed property for the proposed NASFAT Islamic Center under the team’s dispensation. While thanked the executive members and the entire Branch members for their co-operation, commitment, and openness.
The Lagos Zone 1 acting Zonal Missioner, Alhaji Barr. Uthman Mohammed Jaji delivered lecture on benefit of having a committed covenant with Allah and offered prayers for victorious endeavours, as well as prosperity for the outgone and the newly inaugurated Branch Executive Council and the entire members.
Inaugurating the new Branch Executive Council who are to steer the wheels of the affairs of NASFAT Somolu-Bariga Branch for the next two years, the Zonal Vice Chairman, Alhaji Prince Taofeek Adele administered the Oath of Office for the new Branch Executive Council.
The new Branch Executive Council includes Bro. Musiliudeen Shonaike (Chairman), Bro. Moruffdeen Adetola (Vice Chairman), Alhaji Habeeb Somoye (General Secretary), Alhaja Kafayatu Olanrewaju (Assistant Branch Secretary) Alhaji Sikirulahi Olapade (Internat Auditor), Alhaji Oderinde ( Financial Sectary ) Alhaja Tawakalit Bello (Women Affairs Secretary), Alhaja Basirat Seriki (Treasurer), Bro. Shamsideen Oseni (Public Relations Secretary), Alhaja Khadijat Owolabi-Balogun (Education Secretary), Alhaja Ololade-Raji (Children Affairs Secretary), Bro. Hakeem (Security Secretary), Hajia Rukayat Idris (Welfare Secretary), Bro. Dhikrulahi (Youth Secretary), Bro. Sheu Oladayo (Empowerment Sectary), Alhaja Balikisu Amidu (Co-operative Secretary), Hajia Hassanat Lawal (Membership Secretary), Alhaja Nusirat Sanyaolu (Ex-Offico 1) Alhaji Afeez Bello (Ex-Offico 2), Alhaja Osenat Adejumobi (Ex-Offico 3) and Hajia Tawakalit (Business Co-Ordinator)
The new Chairman of NASFAT Somolu-Bariga Branch, Bro. Musiliudeen Shonaike, in his acceptance speech urged all new executive cabinets to work as a team and progressively for the sake of Allah and humanity which will be of huge benefit in this life and Hereafter.
“The major focus of this current Executive will be to ensure the building of our Branch Islamic Centre with the support of every one of us, Insha Allah. We would key into the policy thrust of our Nasfat Society known as (HELD) i.e. Health, Education, livelihood and Dawah”, Shonaike said.
In his vote of thanks, the Chairman Branch Council of Elders, Alhaji Bashir Adejumo, thanked the National and Zonal arms of NASFAT for always upholding the constitution of the society in formulating Branch Executive Councils in ensuring the most pacesetting Asalatu group in West Africa is accessible to all the grassroots and Communities worldwide.