World Hijab Day: Zamfara First Lady Lauds MSSN For Impacting Moral Education On Students



Zamfara State First Lady, Hajia Aisha Bello Matawalle has commended the Muslim Students Society of Nigeria (MSSN) for impacting moral education on students in the state.
A statement by the Press Secretary Office of the First Lady, Zainab Shuaibu Abdullahi said the governor’s wife made the commendation on Sunday at a  celebration to mark the 2021Hijab World Day organised by MSSN, Zamfara State Area Unit.
Hajia Aisha said the MSSN as Islamic Organisation deserves commendation considering the way it gives moral training to students especially at various institutions of  learning in the state and the country.
The First lady represented by the Special Adviser of her office, Hajiya Fatima Musa Muhammad said the World Hijab Day is worth of celebrating more than ever before considering the level of moral decadence in the society.
“I am happy with various activities and programmes you are carrying out that have impacts on moral upbringing of our students, one of such activities is commemoration of World Hijab Day.
“There is need for us to Look on the level of moral decadence in our society today, it is very necessary if we must combat the ills surrounding us.
“The World Hijab Day is being commemorated the world over to encourage Muslim women to wear and experience the Hijab.
“All valuable thing are coved which is truly reflects the enviable position of women,” she said. 
Hajia Aisha said in Islam women are important pillar of the family and therefore urged them to maintain the enviable position given to them by Allah. 
“On behalf of entire Muslim women in the  state I congratulate you for witnessing this day and for being part of the celebration.
“I and my husband Dr Bello Muhammed we will continue to do the needful on all issues that has to do with Islam as well as empowering organizations like the MSSN for its commitment to the legitimate causes of Islam and Muslims,” she said.


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