Seventy eight students of Abdullateef Centre for Quranic Memorization and Arabic Studies who have memorized the entire Quran are to graduate on Sunday.

The Centre established in 2010 commenced academic activities with only 5 Students then, at number 5 Irepodun Street, Super bus – stop, Oko – Oba, Agege, in Lagos State, but now has over one hundred students.

The pioneer students who are among the graduands are: Faruq Abdullateef, Muhammad Abdullateef and Miqdad Huzzein. Others are Salmah Tajudeen and Ubaydulah Abdulmajeeb.

The graduation slated for Sunday 15th of January 2017 will hold at the LTV Blue Roof, Ikeja by nine in the morning.

Lagos State Deputy Governor, Dr Idiat Adebule is expected to grace the ceremony that will be hosted by the Founder/Proprietor of the Centre and the Lagos State Commissioner for Home Affairs, Dr Abdulhakeem Abdullateef.

Abdullateef Centre for Quranic Memorization and Arabic Studies is a boarding School that admits students between ages nine (9) and thirteen (13) who have completed their primary education before going for secondary and tertiary education.

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