By Toheeb Jaiyeola
The Emir of Kano Alhaji Aminu Ado Bayero has sent delegates to inspect the newly built Jumat mosque in Sabon gari in Kano state.
The ultra-modern mosque was built by the leadership of Nasrul Lahi L fatih (NASFAT) in North West Zone 1 covering Kano, Jigawa and Katsina states with accommodation capacity of 4000 worshipers at a time.
The delegates were led by the Chief Imam of Kano and a former Vice Chancellor of Bayero University, Kano Professor Sani Zaharadeen accompanied by the Fagge district head Alhaji Mahmoud Ado Bayero did a thorough inspection and confirmed that the newly built Mosque conform with positioning to Qibla.
The delegate also commended NASFAT for maintaining a good relationship with other Islamic organisations within the immediate environment and non Muslims alike.
Professor Zaharadeen also praised the leadership of NASFAT for her pioneering roles in various Dawah areas and noting that the emirate has been following NASFAT activities with keen interest.
On his part, the NASFATE zonal Chairman Alh. Kazeem Taoreed appreciated the level of respect, love that the emirate reserved for NASFAT noting that the mosque is just one out of other numerous part of NASFAT program while the creation of Fountain University, NASFAT Relief Initiative to cushion the effect of COVID-19 and so on, as other areas where the society has scored excellently.
Alhaji Kazeem also stated NASFAT intention is to have full Islamic complex at the current location to accommodate Primary and secondary school, Islamiya which is already in place and a host of other programs.
The inspection event witnessed the presence of NASFAT Branch Excos, Council of elders members, women management communities and youth leadership.