Worried by the increasing security challenges in the country, the Muslim Media Practitioners of Nigeria (MMPN) would hold its sixth Mawlud Nabiyy lecture on insecurity in the nation.
In a statement Friday, the chairman of MMPN in Abuja, Abdur-Rahman Balogun, said the theme of the association’s 2012 Mawlud Nabiyy lecture was “Insecurity in Nigeria: The way Out.’’
The lecture, slated for the National Mosque Conference Hall, Abuja, on Monday February 6, would be delivered by Taofeek AbdulAzeez of the University of Abuja.
Stakeholders invited for the event include the Speaker, House of Representatives, Aminu Tambuwal as special guest of honour while the Leader, House of Representatives, Mulikat Akande-Adeola would be the mother of the day.
The Deputy Senate Leader, Abdul Ningi, would be the chairman of the occasion; former Speaker, House of Representatives, Aminu Masari, father of the day while the FCT Minister, Bala Muhammed, is chief host.
Security experts as well as religious leaders in the nation’s capital are also expected at the session.
MMPN is a registered religious body of Muslims working in various media organisations in Nigeria.
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