Darul Kitab graduates 968 students

No fewer than 968 students cutting across Primary 6, JSS 3 and SSS 3 graduated from Darul Kitab College of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Gaa Akanbi, Ilorin.

The Founder of the school, Dr AbdulKadir Oba-Solagberu while speaking at the graduation ceremony yesterday, noted that imbibing genuine Arabic and Islamic orientation and culture among youths would reduce thuggery, cultism among other social vices in our society.

“This is because Almighty Allah has sent down the Holy Quran to be a guide for every mankind towards living a fulfilled life worthy of emulation.

“It is also very expedient for parents to endeavour to keep a close watch on their wards as a way of complementing government’s efforts as well as supporting security agencies in combating crimes and criminality in our society”.

Oba-Solagberu who is the Chairman, Kwara State Arabic Education Board

called on the Federal Government to do everything possible to stop the killing of innocent Nigerians in some part of this country.

The Proprietor stressed the need for government at all levels to urgently declare zero tolerance for ignorance and immorality among youths in order to fast track nation building and curb incessant restiveness.

This, he said was so pertinent due to the persisting insecurity challenges which has continued to threaten the peace and harmony of Nigeria.

He said although, the Federal Government and state governments were trying their best but more could still be done to further drive home their strides.

In his remarks, the Emir of Ilorin, Alhaji Ibrahim Sulu Gambari appreciated God for the progress being made by the school yearly.

Represented by the Balogun Agba of Ilorin, Alhaji Aliyu Muhammed, the emir urged the graduating students to continue to be good ambassadors of the school.

The Provost of the school, Dr Faosy Fasazy said the graduating students could compete favourably with their counterparts anywhere in the world as they have been well equipped with qualitative Islamic education.

The Imam Imale of Ilorin, Alhaji Abdullahi Abdulhamid charged the graduands not to relent in their studies in order to grow up as responsible citizens and contribute meaningfully to the development of the country.

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