Ansaruddeen society of Nigeria is not peculiar to any tribe or language but rather open to all Muslims willing to propagate the teaching of Islam.
The statement was made by the chairman Ansaruddeen society of Nigeria Katsina state branch Alh Jimoh Sadiq during the graduation ceremony for its students held in Dan-dagoro Kano road.
In his address, Alh Jimoh Sadiq recalled back the recorded history of the association that was formed in 1923 by 42 people in Lagos state.
He also introduced the new site for their Juma’at mosques allocated to them by the Katsina state government.
Earlier, the deputy missionary Kano state Ansaruddeen society of Nigeria Alh Abdullateef emphasize on the importance of seeking knowledge. He also call on parents to pay school fees on due time as this will give courage to teachers.
Highlights of the ceremony were recitation of holy Qur’an by the graduating students and presentation of certificates to the graduating students.