MAOLID NABI: VC Advocates Adherence To Rightful Tenets,New Moral,Social Compass 

The Vice Chancellor of Fountain University, Prof. Amidu Olalekan Sanni has called on Nigerians, particularly, the Muslims, to use the occasion of the birth of Prophet Muhammad (Maolid Nabi) to re-evaluate their commitment to the values and ideals which the life and message of the noble Prophet exemplified
Professor Sanni,in his goodwill message made available to journalists by Taoheed Alimi ,the university’s information Officer enjoined Muslims, and indeed all Nigerians to be  promoters of peace through their actions, speeches, and orientations.
The VC also tasked Muslims to seize the opportunity of the celebration to strengthen their resolve to make life better for all in our society, show love towards one another.
The Vice-Chancellor expressed concern that the good virtues of adherence to rightful tenets, peaceful co-existence, respect for human lives and honour, responsive leadership, responsible followership, and strong consciousness of ultimate accountability to Allah had been lost by all, and therefore called on all to retrace their steps.
 Sanni tasked Nigerians, particularly the, Muslims, to re-evaluate their commitment to the values and ideals which the life and message of the Prophet Muhammad demonstrated to the whole world within a missionary life of less than a quarter of a century.
The VC wondered how Nigerians could feel comfortable with a generation of our youth wasting away by being out of school for most part of 2022, adding to the pool of unemployed and despondent graduates out there, yet, we are committing or condoning huge resources to elections in which political players/ deadwoods are not seen to be projecting any blueprint for the nation and her youth resources.
“A society in which proponents and exponents of low and banal moral values earn mouthwatering rewards, where first-class graduates are tricycle or POS operators, where politics becomes the only venture of direct and indirect investment, the eternal values established by the Prophet Muhammad which guarantee a life of peace and development cannot be achieved.”
The Vice-Chancellor ,therefore  called on  Nigerian youth and students to redefine and restructure the political and social landscape by pursuing such goals that would genuinely guarantee the emergence of a new moral and social compass for the society at large.

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