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Wednesday, February 26, 2020

The First Igbo Islamic Wedding In Imo State To Hold This Year In April.

Image may contain: 2 peopleThere have been this notion that Igbos are all Christians, well I present to you, the first open Igbo Muslim marriage. Igbos are know to be very accommodating. Many have had this erroneous belief that Igbos don’t have Muslim brethren but in fact many Igbos have heard many positions in the Islamic arena.
We have the likes of Sheikh Abdullahi Adam Idoko, who is the Chief Imam of University of Nigeria Nsukka. Ustaz Christian Isah Okonkwo, who was made the Chief Imam of University of Ibadan in the 1980s, Alhaji Abudulaziz Chibuzo Ude, who is the founder of Nok Publishers and First African editor at Double Day.
These awesome couples are set to tie knot on 10 of April 2020 in Imo state Nigeria,.

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Rafiu Adenopo

I served in imo state 2003 and by then there has been Muslims in imo state. The chief imam of imo central mosque is an igbó man (onyakucha) by name. There was a mosque in ayazu mbaize that is very big. I have led them in jumat prayer there several times. There is mosque in obowo, ogbuta, and about 5 other local governments. I went there to pray jumat prayer with them. I also goes to imo state prison to pray jumat prayer with the inmate and supply them with drugs and food.
Imo state central mosque is very big beside governor's office at Shell camp infront of police Barack. Muslims are much in imo state. This is not the first igbo Muslim wedding, it is the first you are seeing.
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Sarah Ideh

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Meet the 10 most influential Igbo Muslims

1. Sheikh Abdullahi Adam Idoko:
He is the Chief imam of the University of Nigeria (UNN) Nsukka. Hails from Ogute Enugu-Ezike in Nsukka, Enugu State.
He is also the Deputy secretary-general of the Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA).

2. Ustaz Christian Isah Okonkwo:
He is from Akpugo in Nkanu LGA, Enugu State, embraced Islam as a member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). He was the president of Moslem Corpers Association in Kaduna State and the Moslem Corpers Association of Nigeria. He was made the chief Imam of University of Ibadan in the 1980s. He is currently the Director of Administration of Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA)

3. Alhaji Abdulaziz Chibuzo Ude:
Hails from Anambra state. He is described as a businessman, Industrialist, Billionaire and a Philanthropist.
He was an acting Chairman of the Board of Directors of NEWSWATCH in the 1980s. He is the founder of Nok Publishers and first African editor at Double Day.

4. Alhaji Daud Onyeagocha:
He is from Imo state, a human right lawyer.
He is the Chief Imam of Imo State and the Waziri Hausawa. His grandfather was said to be the first recorded Owerri man to embrace Islam in 1908.

5. Sheikh Daud Nwagui:
He is from Afikpo in Ebonyi State. He is a Muslim from birth and the son of late Sheikh Ibrahim Okpani Nwagui, the founder of the Islamic Center, Afikpo who brought Islam to Afipko in 1958.

6. HRH Dr. Abdulfatai Emetumah:
He is the Igwe (Traditional ruler) of Umuofor Kingdom, Oguta LGA , Of Imo state. He is described as an Islamic scholar.
His father, Eze Alhaji Abdul Gaffaru (Ezeodo, Eze Ohazurukwe I of Akabor) is said to have converted to Islam during the war and thereafter brought it to his home town.

7. Sheikh Shehu Uthman Anaga:
Hails from Ebonyi state. Became a Muslim at the age of 13 in 1972. He has worked with JNI as a Preacher. He holds a BA in Islamic Studies from the King Sa'ud University in Riyad, Saudi Arabia.
He was the vice principal and later principal of of Jama'atu Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies. He was the provost of the Jama'atu College of Education, Kaduna. He has completed his Masters and is pursuing his PHD.

8. Alhaji Yahaya Ndu:
He is from Ezeagu LGA in Enugu State. An Imam at Al-Hauda Muslim School. He was the presidential Candidate of the African Renaissance Party (ARP).

9. Ustaz Aminu Igwebe Odera:
He is from Orlu in Imo state. Converted to Islam at the age of 12 in the 1970s. Studied Islamic studies and later Food science technology in Tripoli University Libya.
He was the chief Imam of Owerri. He was appointed the director of Administration of Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) in 2000. His maternal uncle, Late Muhammad Ukaba was the chief imam of Orlu Local Government.

10. Chief Abdulkadir A Obiahu:
He is from Afikpo in Ebonyi state. He is an Engineer by Training, in 2007 he was conferred the Chieftaincy title of 'Onye Nchekwa Okwukwe Ala kuba Na Ala Igbo' (The Defender of the Islamic Faith in Igbo land) by His Royal Highness, Eze Nwosu Ibe, the Ezeigbo I of Abuja. He converted to Islam in 1982.

There are many more within and outside Nigeria that practices their belief and even perfectly. Sometimes I begin to wonder why people develop headache over other people choosing religion.

Josh Donald

I'm scared oo

Jackson Iz

Oh what a bomb! Wishing them a blastful marriage.

Sam Chucks Adieze

Very laughable bcuz Islam is no in DNA of Ndigbo,this is nothing but jokalistic fraud
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