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Ihya’issunnah Islamic School, Kafanchan hosts graduation ceremony

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By Ahmad A. Usman, Kafanchan

In a momentous event, Ihya’issunnah Islamic School in Kafanchan hosted its Qur’anic graduation ceremony, drawing distinguished personalities to celebrate the achievements of the graduating students. The Emir of Jama’a, Alhaji (Dr) Muhammad Isa Muhammad I served as the royal father of the day.

The distinguished Special Guest of Honor, a Member, House of Representatives member representing Jema’a/Sanga Federal Constituency, Hon. Daniel Amos, through his representative, Hon. Isyaka Abdu Ladan delivered an inspiring message, urging the youth to embrace the challenges of the time and acquire religious knowledge.

He further emphasized the importance of abiding by the teachings of the Holy Books.

As a demonstration of commitment, he donated N75,000 towards the graduating students and their teachers.

The Chairman of the occasion, Alhaji Bashir Idris, not only contributed N100,000 but also pledged to equip the school with essential resources such as ceiling, blackboards and student desks and benches.

The Emir of Jama’a, Alhaji (Dr) Muhammad Isa Muhammad I offered heartfelt prayers for the teachers and graduating students, emphasizing the significance of their educational journey. The ceremony was not only a platform for academic achievements but also a space for recognizing exemplary contributions to society.

Awards were presented acknowledging individuals for their outstanding contributions.

The Member, House of Representatives received the Exemplary Statesmanship Award, while the Emir of Jama’a was honored as a Community Peace Ambassador.

Alhaji Idris received the Philanthropic Impact Award while others were recognized for their excellence in Islamic poetry and Qur’anic studies.

The students showcased their talents through engaging debates and mesmerizing Qur’anic recitations adding a cultural and educational dimension to the ceremony.

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