NASFAT prohibits crossover activities at the society’s locations worldwide
By Fausiat Salako-Sanni December 29, 2022
Nasrul-Lahi-L-Fatih society, NAṢFAT has reminded the Missioners of the society that programmes marking the end of the year 2022 or the beginning of the year 2023 are banned in all branches and groups of the society.
This is contained in an internal memo tagged “Prohibition of December 31st / January 1st Tahajjud / All Cross-Over Activities at NASFAT Worldwide” issued in Lagos by the National Da’wah Officer/Mission Board Secretary, Abdul-Ganiyy Raji to remind the stakeholders in the society.
The statement iterated that “Missioners who violate this order, by holding December 31st/January Tahajjud 1st or any Cross-over programme in their branches or groups will be subjected to stringent punitive measures”.
In the meantime, Missioners are urged to educate their members that holding special prayers or Tahajjud to mark the end or beginning of the year has no place in our religion.
“True Muslims do not need to wait for the year to end or start before asking Allah for His mercy, protection and blessings. True Muslims are in touch with Allah at all times”. Said the dawah officer.
He added that, Nasfat is an Islamic Society. Therefore, members must at all times keep strictly to the Islamic identity. Any attempt to compromise the Islamic identity will portray it as a society imitating non-Muslims, so any member of the Mission Board find wanting will be met with serious consequences”.
The statement re-emphasised the fact that, there are informants across Zones, Branches and Groups to obtain information on possible breaches of this order.