The Sultan of Sokoto and President of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA), Alhaji Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar III, has urged the Muslim Ummah to lead lives that serve as enduring legacies,Daily Trust reports.

He delivered this message during the official launch of the Hajiya Inna Wakili Adamu Islamic Foundation (HIWAIF) and the posthumous presentation of the book titled ‘Al Muqaddama Fi Ilmid Tajweed,’ held at the National Mosque in Abuja.

Hajiya Inna, the late wife of Ambassador Hassan Adamu, Wakilin Adamawa, and Nigeria’s former ambassador to the United States, passed away in 2018.

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The Sultan commended Hajiya Inna for living a life worthy of emulation, emphasizing her significant impact on the lives of the less privileged and downtrodden. He hailed her as an extraordinary humanitarian volunteer and a dedicated community servant devoted to the cause of humanity.

Engr Saidu Njiddah, a member of the media and publicity committee for the event, explained that the foundation aims to advance Islamic education, offer scholarships to talented yet disadvantaged youth, and provide support to impoverished families for their basic needs, among other initiatives.

The book, ‘Al Muqaddama Fi Ilmid Tajweed,’ conceived and authored by Hajiya Inna Wakili, focuses on Tajweed, a crucial aspect of Quranic study and Islamic practice.


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