Renowned Scholar Nosiru Onibon to Illuminate Agege, Lagos with Annual Ramadan Lecture on Insecurity and Economy.

Kakalistiq.com reports that on Sunday, March 17, 2024, the esteemed former Provost of MOCPED and Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor of LASUED, Associate Professor Nosiru Onibon, is poised to captivate Agege, Lagos, with his insightful discourse at a National Annual Ramadan Lecture. The theme of this year’s lecture is “Prevailing Economic and Security Challenges in Nigeria: Issues and Way Forward.”

Ass. Prof. Nosiru Onibon

Professor Onibon, a distinguished academician known for his profound understanding of socio-economic issues, is set to deliver the much-anticipated lecture organized by the executive council of the Anwar-Ul Islam Movement of Nigeria. This annual event, which has gained prominence over the years, serves as a platform for intellectuals and thought leaders to address critical issues facing Nigeria.

The event will be held at the prestigious Anwar-Ul Islam Model College, located on Oniwaya Road, Agege, Lagos, commencing at 10:00 am. The National President of the Anwar-Ul Islam Movement of Nigeria, Alhaji Mubashir Adekunle Ojelade, will preside over the event as chairman.

The choice of timing for this public lecture during the holy month of Ramadan carries significant meaning, especially in the current challenging times experienced in the country. Ramadan, a period of spiritual reflection and heightened devotion for Muslims, provides a conducive atmosphere for deep discussions on pressing issues affecting society. It is a time when individuals are encouraged to seek knowledge, engage in meaningful dialogue, and explore solutions to societal problems.

In light of the prevailing economic downturn and escalating security concerns in Nigeria, Professor Onibon’s lecture is expected to offer valuable insights and propose pragmatic solutions. The gathering of scholars, community leaders, and concerned citizens during Ramadan underscores the collective determination to address these challenges collaboratively.

As Agege, Lagos, eagerly awaits the enlightening discourse by Professor Nosiru Onibon, expectations are high for an intellectually stimulating session that not only analyzes the problems but also paves the way for constructive actions and positive change.

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