Ogun NNPP Guber Candidate, Ajadi Organises Maiden Ramadan Lecture, To Be Delivered By Buhari Omo Musa 


A Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), Ajadi Movement, will on Saturday, April 15, hold a Ramadan lecture for all Muslim faithful, brothers and sisters in Islam as well as other indigenes of Ogun State, irrespective of religious affiliations.


The NGO powered by Ambassador Olufemi Ajadi Oguntoyinbo, who is the Managing Director, Bullion Go-Neat Global Limited and gubernatorial candidate of the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) in Ogun state in the last March 18th elections, will also use the occasion to launch multi-million naira musical Instruments.


The first of its kind Ramadan lecture will be delivered by a renowned Islamic Cleric, Sheikh Mohammed Buhari Omo Musa, tittled, “What Can We Do To Satisfy Human.”


The Ramadan lecture and launch of musical Instruments, which is packaged by Sodiq Adewunmi popularly known as Oba Theatre, will hold at Torotoro Quarters, Ibafo, Ogun State, between 12 noon and 6:30pm.


Some of the Islamic musicians expected at the event include Alhaji Saoty Arewa and Alhaja Misturah Aderonmu Ajasa (Temi Ni Success).


Other artistes expected to grace the occasion include Femo Lancaster, Fila King, Tope Indomie, Ogo Agbaye, Malik Okiki, Irawo Omonuabi, Simple, Ciro and MC Babalabule Ijoba Oro, and host of others.


Speaking on the maiden edition of the Ramadan lecture and launch of the musical Instruments, Ambassador Oguntoyinbo, said the purpose is to give back to the society and service to the humanity, stating that listening to sermon from renowned Islamic Cleric, Sheikh Mohammed Buhari Omo Musa, will go a long way to inculcate the teaching of Islam on how to live in a better society.


Ajadi maintained that the theme of the lecture, “What Can We Do To Satisfy Human”, will give the audience more knowledge on how to live peacefully and co-exist with one another irrespective of ethnic, tribal or religious affiliations.


He added that the Instruments are meant to be rented out to assist upcoming musicians at the avoidable and subsidising rate.


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