The Muslim Teachers’ Association of Nigeria (MUTAN) and the Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria (MSSN) in Alimosho will hold an interactive forum this Saturday to foster more cordial relationship between the two organisations. 

The forum, with the theme, ‘Making it Count,’ will bring Muslim teachers in Alimosho local government as well as executives and members of the MSSN to discuss various challenges affecting both parties in the discharge of their responsibilities in their fields of operations. 

Dr Imran Adeleke, a Principal lecturer at the Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education will deliver the day’s lecture while Professor Adeleke Funminiyi Abiodun Raheem, HOD, Public & Private Law, Lagos State University, Ojo will give the keynote address. 

Expected at the event are the state Deputy Governor, Dr Idiat Oluranti Adebule, state commissioner for youths and social development, Alhaja Uzamat Akinbile – Yusuf and the Sole Administrator, Alimosho Lagos government, Mr Ganiu Quadri. 

The state Chairman of MUTAN, Alhaji Jimoh Abdurraheem and the State Amir of MSSN, Mallam Saheed Ashafa are also expected to grace the event. 

The forum will take place at the Conference Hall of the Regia Luxuria Hotel and Suites, on Alimosho Road, Alaguntan, Iyana Ipaja Lagos. 

The MUTAN-MSSN Interactive Forum is an annual event that brings Muslim teachers and members of the MSSN in Alimosho local government to rob minds and fashion out ways to address various challenges militating against effective discharge of their duties. 

This year’s editon is the second in Alimosho Local government. The maiden edition was held last year at the Alimosho local government secretariat premises. 

Signed: Alhaji Muslim Adeniji 
Chairman MUTAN, Alimosho Zone, 

Sulaimon Alamutu, Amir (President) MSSN, Alimosho Area Council.

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