Special 8th-day fidau prayer for Madam Halimotu Sadia Abdul-Azeez

RECENTLY, a special eighth-day Fidau prayer ceremony was held for the repose of the soul of he late Madam Halimotul-Sadia Awero Oyemonla Abdul-Azeez.  The ceremony was held at Alliance Hotel, New Akeetan, Oyo.


Madam Halimotu Oyemonla died on Sunday October 22, 2017 during an illness at her residence in Oyo.

The fidau prayer conducted by Anwaru-ul-Islam Movement of Nigeria, Oyo Mission, was presided over by the Chief Imam of Anwarul-ul-Islam Movement of Nigeria, Oyo Mission, Alhaji Chief Fatai Balogun.

The late Madam Abdul-Azeez, aged 73, is survived by children, grand and many great grand children among who are Mr Azeez Surajudeen, Wale, Tawakalitu, Morufu, Monsuratu, Monsuru, Misirafat Sulaimon, Taofeek’s grand children.

In his sermon during the fidau, the Chief Imam Fatai Balogun described the deceased as a devout Muslim who feared Allah greatly and always worked for the propagation of Islam to the best of her ability.

She said both her family and Anwarul-ul-Islam Movement would really miss her contributions to the unity and progress of the movement.

Mama was a loving and caring mother. In deed, she was an epitome of humility and love. The Chief Imam said Madam Oyemonla left the congregation of Anwarul-ul-Islam at a time her wise counsel would be greatly needed.

He therefore urged her children and family members to take solace in the fact that Mama left a legacy that could be cherished by all behind, urging them to emulate her good virtues.

The ceremony was graced by eminent personalities from  all parts of Oyo State and even beyond.
Among them were the Chief Imam of Anwar-ur-Islam, Alhaji Balogun Janta, Missioner, Alhaji Mudathir K., Imam Saro-Mill, Alhaji Isiaka Tijani, Vice-Imam Division I, Koosim Farouq, Imam Omo-Oba Division, Moruff Badru, Missioner Central, Alhaji Mojeed Sadiq, Imam Egunbiyi, Alhaji Kareem Yusuff, Missioner Division I, Alhaji Musa Tijani, Imam Agbajuwon Mosque, Imam Moruff, Prince Rasaki Tella and Fatai Adeyoyin.

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