Conference in the UK begins with NASFAT

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This conference follows the 2017 edition in Ghana as the second of its sort outside of Nigeria.

“Milton Keynes 2024” was the title of Thursday’s seventh biennial conference of the Nasrul-Lahi-L-Fatih Society of Nigeria (NASFAT), which took place in the UK.

The NASFAT’s UK and Ireland zone is hosting a four-day conference that will conclude on May 5. This is the second conference of its sort outside of Nigeria; the fourth one was in Ghana in 2017.

Addressing the Modern World: Ways to Stay Relevant and Advance is the Title of the Conference.

The president of the group, AbdulWahid AbdulRauf, reportedly made a strategic comment to DIVINEJAMS about the conference’s location in the UK and Ireland zone.

According to Mr. AbdulRauf, the conference is an effort by the Islamic Conference of the World to elevate the society’s profile so that it may be heard loud and clear in the fight against the worldwide economic downturn, wars, and environmental catastrophes.

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Allegedly, the president made a comment on how “the conference was equally aimed at forging a cohesive society, where members in Nigeria and those in the diaspora can synergise towards the attainment of the aims and objectives of the society.”

He elaborated by saying that the COVID-19 epidemic forced the meeting to be postponed from its initial 2021 date.

Mr. Abdulrauf, speaking on behalf of the 7th conference, remarked, “the position of the society was that the world would be peaceful and harmonious when justice is allowed to reign by the superpowers of the world.”

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The conference is set to begin at the Kent Hill Park Training and Conference Centre in Milton Keynes, UK, on Friday, 3 May, with the opening ceremony following.

The announcement said that the president of NASFAT will give the opening address, and that representatives from all sections of the society, including different zones and branches, will be present at the event.

Notable researchers and resource persons from Nigeria and throughout the world will be giving talks at the conference, according to NASFAT.

Dinner with the president and syndicate sessions are among the other important events, as is the society’s annual general meeting, which will be chaired by Abdullateef Olasupo, the BOT chairman. We will also examine the society’s president’s scorecard.

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