The National Amirah, FOMWAN, Dr Halima Jibril, said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Sunday at the sideline of an event in commemoration of the World Water Day celebration in Abuja.
FOMWAN made the call in a statement, signed by Halima Jibril and Dr Summayah Hamza, National Amirah and National Public Relations Officer respectively, and made available to the News Agency of Nigeria in Jos, on Sunday.
The National Amirah (Female President) of FOMWAN, Halima Jibril, made the call in a statement on Sunday in Abuja.
The FOMWAN Chairperson, Publication and Publicity, Hajia Bilqees Oladimeji, in a statement issued in Ilorin on Thursday, described the late Islamic scholar as a pillar and father-figure.
Emefesi made the call in Bauchi on Saturday while delivering a speech on behalf of his organisation during a seminar tagged ‘Women’s Health Improvement Seminar on Osteoporosis and Arthritis- Natural ways to maintain and sustain strong bones’.
The National Leader (Amira) of the group, Dr Halima Jibril, made the call when members of the association, the Women Wing of Christian Association of Nigeria (WOWICAN), the Nigeria Girls Guide and the UNWomen paid a courtesy visit to the Sa’peyi of Garki in the FCT.
Hajiya Habiba Sa’ad, Deputy Leader of FOMWAN in the state, led the campaign to Jamma’are LGA on Wednesday.
While the relief materials comprising of 10,000 pieces of sleeping mats, 10,000 cardigans and sweaters, as well as 10,000 assorted blankets were donated to the Katsina State Government, the cash sum was donated to the Federation of Muslim Women Associations in Nigeria to provide special support to women and children in the Internally Displaced Camps in the State.
The association called for the establishment of a special court to rape cases.
President Muhammadu Buhari has condoled with the Omoti family on the demise of Hajiya Amina Omoti, the former National President (Amirah) of the Federation of Muslim Women Associations of Nigeria.
In an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Friday in Abuja, Sa’adatu Hashiu, President of the association, attributed the country’s population rate of 198 million on poor Family Planning.
She asked: “Why will the primary school teachers be paid less when they go to the same markets with the state civil servants?