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"Ilé-Kéú and Brutality

"Ilé-Kéú and Brutality

 AS WHOLLY WRITTEN BY Akeem Alao Babatunde:










From time to time, I have observed that it seems Arabic schools established to teach Muslims the Arabic language and Islam, are associated with brutality. Though some learned Muslims have tried to erase the mindset about the hostile lifestyle at Arabic schools.

One thing the Alfas fail to acknowledge is that subjecting students to maltreatment under the guise of instilling discipline has forced and will continue to force millions of vibrant Muslim youth out of Islam to embrace Christianity.

Lamenting canning sessions at Ilé-Kéú, many of them feel comfortable practising Christianity because it dignifies humanity. Millions of Muslims, now pastors, including my relatives, have been lost to Christianity. Shame!

While sharing my ugly experiences at Ilé-Kéú, in my series titled "A Serialisation of the Indelible Memory of Life at Ilé Keu and Life After", I narrated how some of us students escaped similar brutality. When the hostility became unbearable and hopes seemed evaporated, we escaped and wandered in Lagos streets for years.

Even the Hadith of the Prophet sternly warns against brutality, "- عَنْ أَبِي بُرْدَةَ الْأَنْصَارِيِّ : أَنَّهُ سَمِعَ النبيَّ ﷺ يَقُولُ: لَا يُجْلَدُ فَوْقَ عَشَرَةِ أَسْوَاطٍ، إِلَّا فِي حَدٍّ مِنْ حُدُودِ اللَّهِ. مُتَّفَقٌ عَلَيْهِ." “He should not be flogged for more than ten lashes except in one of the limits set by God.”

Islam never supports brutality. And that is why Muslims are usually encouraged to exhibit behaviour that helps promote the peace that Islam represents and preaches. Isn't it ironic a cleric that preaches peace could encourage his students to subject fellow students to brutality. In fact, the converse is truly the case.

Education, they say, illuminates the darkness. When things are going wrong, education comes in to right the wrongs. One of the significant roles western education plays in the life of every Muslim is to guide them in the right direction. This is the reason modern-day Muslims continue to preach that every Muslim gets western education.

I am an advocate of western education for Muslim boys and girls. It is a form of emancipation from the outlandish lifestyles many of them are gladly forced to live.

However, it surpassed my worst expectation that some of us Muslims are defending the brutality meted out to the students in the viral video on social media. They claim erroneously that the punishment was dispensed, following the instructions from the parents. Too bad. What a big mistake!

I am not surprised at all because I had once passed through the same inhuman, hostile system. As if born to suffer, some used to be tethered to a pole and some chained to a spot to prevent them from enjoying the freedom of movement.

In this 21st century, our Ile-keu should stop chasing Muslim children away. They should raise scholars and professionals. Their products causing unrest in society should serve as a deterrent."

 AS WHOLLY WRITTEN BY Akeem Alao Babatunde:










From time to time, I have observed that it seems Arabic schools established to teach Muslims the Arabic language and Islam, are associated with brutality. Though some learned Muslims have tried to erase the mindset about the hostile lifestyle at Arabic schools.

One thing the Alfas fail to acknowledge is that subjecting students to maltreatment under the guise of instilling discipline has forced and will continue to force millions of vibrant Muslim youth out of Islam to embrace Christianity.

Lamenting canning sessions at Ilé-Kéú, many of them feel comfortable practising Christianity because it dignifies humanity. Millions of Muslims, now pastors, including my relatives, have been lost to Christianity. Shame!

While sharing my ugly experiences at Ilé-Kéú, in my series titled "A Serialisation of the Indelible Memory of Life at Ilé Keu and Life After", I narrated how some of us students escaped similar brutality. When the hostility became unbearable and hopes seemed evaporated, we escaped and wandered in Lagos streets for years.

Even the Hadith of the Prophet sternly warns against brutality, "- عَنْ أَبِي بُرْدَةَ الْأَنْصَارِيِّ : أَنَّهُ سَمِعَ النبيَّ ﷺ يَقُولُ: لَا يُجْلَدُ فَوْقَ عَشَرَةِ أَسْوَاطٍ، إِلَّا فِي حَدٍّ مِنْ حُدُودِ اللَّهِ. مُتَّفَقٌ عَلَيْهِ." “He should not be flogged for more than ten lashes except in one of the limits set by God.”

Islam never supports brutality. And that is why Muslims are usually encouraged to exhibit behaviour that helps promote the peace that Islam represents and preaches. Isn't it ironic a cleric that preaches peace could encourage his students to subject fellow students to brutality. In fact, the converse is truly the case.

Education, they say, illuminates the darkness. When things are going wrong, education comes in to right the wrongs. One of the significant roles western education plays in the life of every Muslim is to guide them in the right direction. This is the reason modern-day Muslims continue to preach that every Muslim gets western education.

I am an advocate of western education for Muslim boys and girls. It is a form of emancipation from the outlandish lifestyles many of them are gladly forced to live.

However, it surpassed my worst expectation that some of us Muslims are defending the brutality meted out to the students in the viral video on social media. They claim erroneously that the punishment was dispensed, following the instructions from the parents. Too bad. What a big mistake!

I am not surprised at all because I had once passed through the same inhuman, hostile system. As if born to suffer, some used to be tethered to a pole and some chained to a spot to prevent them from enjoying the freedom of movement.

In this 21st century, our Ile-keu should stop chasing Muslim children away. They should raise scholars and professionals. Their products causing unrest in society should serve as a deterrent."

What’s Special About Islamize Musicians Really?

What’s Special About Islamize Musicians Really?

YOU ASK?


Read to the End and you’ll SEE!!!



Everyday i celebrate Islamize Musicians Across the world



But before that



Something interesting happened yesterday



Firstly Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp were down for about 6 hours



For the first time in years

 

 

I missed communicating with Divine Messengers

 

 

It felt so distant




I wanted to send a message around 6pm and interact on *Lawujo Awon Musulumi Olorun* I couldnt 



I stared at my Whatsapp Over and Over again, I felt lonely for a bit 



But glad we are back




I know you have seen a billion ways to celebrate any Islamize Singers of your choice



I shared about *Many different Practicable ways to celebrate Islamize Musicians sometimes ago*



We deserved to celebrate Ourselves



*Talented*

 

*Educated*

 

*Adorable*

 

*Charming*

 

*Helpful*

 

*Encouraging*

 

*Responsible*


*Liberating*

 

 

It is such a good thing to be the pillar of Morals in the Society as well as in Islam

 

 

 

We uphold standards, Morals and Keep the religion lively

 

 

Our succinct way of breaking down complexities via music makes us sit at the top of the worlds profession



One of the reasons you need to be at your best as a musician.

 

 

When an Islamize Musician gets into any other profession

 

 

He succeeds more than anyone he or she meets there

 

 

A Musician naturally becomes a better leader, cause of same ability to blend power of rhythm under your personal control, make unique thematic content and tunes  that goes beyond ordinary.

 

 

 

No one has a moral expectation of a banker, engineer, or lawyer

 

 

In Fact they say Lawyers are Liars.



But an Islamize Musician is way beyond.


 

And everyone has a moral expectation of an Islamize Musician

 

 

Its an honor to be placed in such light



Glad to be not just a  Musician but an Islamize one.




A Life Changer.


A community shaper


A religious-culture influencer

 

 

It’s a deep sense of responsibility to know that




The Future of Islam Lies In Our Hands

 


It always been and will forever be

 

  

You are the best.




*You Should Know*:-


The doors to learning of  Rudiment of Music Opened, but the Shutdown of whatsapp didn’t allow me get the message to you


Just be ready.



It will happen tomorrow, in sha Allah.




*Ifeleye Ray Classislam* is my name.



Salam Alaekum.

YOU ASK?


Read to the End and you’ll SEE!!!



Everyday i celebrate Islamize Musicians Across the world



But before that



Something interesting happened yesterday



Firstly Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp were down for about 6 hours



For the first time in years

 

 

I missed communicating with Divine Messengers

 

 

It felt so distant




I wanted to send a message around 6pm and interact on *Lawujo Awon Musulumi Olorun* I couldnt 



I stared at my Whatsapp Over and Over again, I felt lonely for a bit 



But glad we are back




I know you have seen a billion ways to celebrate any Islamize Singers of your choice



I shared about *Many different Practicable ways to celebrate Islamize Musicians sometimes ago*



We deserved to celebrate Ourselves



*Talented*

 

*Educated*

 

*Adorable*

 

*Charming*

 

*Helpful*

 

*Encouraging*

 

*Responsible*


*Liberating*

 

 

It is such a good thing to be the pillar of Morals in the Society as well as in Islam

 

 

 

We uphold standards, Morals and Keep the religion lively

 

 

Our succinct way of breaking down complexities via music makes us sit at the top of the worlds profession



One of the reasons you need to be at your best as a musician.

 

 

When an Islamize Musician gets into any other profession

 

 

He succeeds more than anyone he or she meets there

 

 

A Musician naturally becomes a better leader, cause of same ability to blend power of rhythm under your personal control, make unique thematic content and tunes  that goes beyond ordinary.

 

 

 

No one has a moral expectation of a banker, engineer, or lawyer

 

 

In Fact they say Lawyers are Liars.



But an Islamize Musician is way beyond.


 

And everyone has a moral expectation of an Islamize Musician

 

 

Its an honor to be placed in such light



Glad to be not just a  Musician but an Islamize one.




A Life Changer.


A community shaper


A religious-culture influencer

 

 

It’s a deep sense of responsibility to know that




The Future of Islam Lies In Our Hands

 


It always been and will forever be

 

  

You are the best.




*You Should Know*:-


The doors to learning of  Rudiment of Music Opened, but the Shutdown of whatsapp didn’t allow me get the message to you


Just be ready.



It will happen tomorrow, in sha Allah.




*Ifeleye Ray Classislam* is my name.



Salam Alaekum.

IGTF SLATES NEW DATES FOR ISLAM GOT TALENT SEASON 2

IGTF SLATES NEW DATES FOR ISLAM GOT TALENT SEASON 2


Islam Got Talent Foundation  (IGTF) on Thursday 29th July, 2021 announced the postponement  of Islam Got Talent Season 2 and made some technical changes to the slated programme but claimed it is all to ensure things are well prepared for.


According to the statement released by the management, there was a meeting that lasted two days among IGTF executives to decide how the event will retain its leadership position in Islamic Talent hunt search. The statement stated thus:-



"In reference to suggestions, advise, comments made at IGTF TEAM Meeting held on Thursday 22nd & Friday 23rd July, 2021, we hereby like to publicize our conclusions as stated thus:


1) That Islam Got Talent season2 Talent Hunt activities will be postponed to ensure proper preparations and registration exercises. Therefore here are the new dates:

New Registration deadline:- Friday 20th August, 2021

New Date for Grouping Contestants:- Friday 6th August, 2021

New Date for the Commencement of IGT SEASON2 (Group Stage):- Friday 13th -27th  August, 2021

New IGT LIVE CONCERT SEASON 2 Final Date:- Saturday 18th, Sept. 2021.



2) That event will be once in a week instead of 3times earlier declared and will be from 10am-12pm every Fridays at group level."


3)That registration fee to be deposited into IGTF's account with following details:- 

Bank Name - Sterling Bank 

Account Number - 0501888452

Account Name - Islam Got Talent" 


The founder of IGTF, Ifeleye Ray (Classislam) acknowledged that such postponement might inconvenient contestants and others involved but still assured it is for the best and seek public cooperation over the activities of the Organization.


Islam Got Talent Foundation  (IGTF) on Thursday 29th July, 2021 announced the postponement  of Islam Got Talent Season 2 and made some technical changes to the slated programme but claimed it is all to ensure things are well prepared for.


According to the statement released by the management, there was a meeting that lasted two days among IGTF executives to decide how the event will retain its leadership position in Islamic Talent hunt search. The statement stated thus:-



"In reference to suggestions, advise, comments made at IGTF TEAM Meeting held on Thursday 22nd & Friday 23rd July, 2021, we hereby like to publicize our conclusions as stated thus:


1) That Islam Got Talent season2 Talent Hunt activities will be postponed to ensure proper preparations and registration exercises. Therefore here are the new dates:

New Registration deadline:- Friday 20th August, 2021

New Date for Grouping Contestants:- Friday 6th August, 2021

New Date for the Commencement of IGT SEASON2 (Group Stage):- Friday 13th -27th  August, 2021

New IGT LIVE CONCERT SEASON 2 Final Date:- Saturday 18th, Sept. 2021.



2) That event will be once in a week instead of 3times earlier declared and will be from 10am-12pm every Fridays at group level."


3)That registration fee to be deposited into IGTF's account with following details:- 

Bank Name - Sterling Bank 

Account Number - 0501888452

Account Name - Islam Got Talent" 


The founder of IGTF, Ifeleye Ray (Classislam) acknowledged that such postponement might inconvenient contestants and others involved but still assured it is for the best and seek public cooperation over the activities of the Organization.

IGTF: "We are not spending much on IGT Season2 adverts because we are non-profit organization"

IGTF: "We are not spending much on IGT Season2 adverts because we are non-profit organization"


On the program, Islamic Music Express with Classislam that took place yesterday evening, Mr Razak Aremu Olamilekan also known as Kaakaki Anobi had a lot to say about some issues that Islam Got Talent Season 2 is currently facing. During the program, he reacted to the rumour that Islam Got Talent Foundation is not spending enough to publicize or advertise the competition.


The present Executive Director of IGTF said, With the situation that we are going through as a non-profit Organization with little or no sponsors, it is not adviseable and that rumour emanating from nowhere did not bother us. Except of course, those who put that speech together or those who were encouraged to say such thing are either enemies of progress or people who doesn't understand how things works in a competition that your aim is to focus on helping the helpless talented Muslims.


Classislam

The host of the show, Ifeleye Ray Classislam, then asked Ustadz Aremu 2 questions. His first question to Kaakaki Anobi stated that, does it mean that IGTF is out of touch with the reality, and not reaching out to people Or potential sponsors. Or there is some other plausible explanations for its approach?


His second question was that, how do IGTF then move forward from this point, and does its administration require an overhaul of its financial capability?


Kaakaki Anobi answered and said, I think that the solution is campaigning against the ambiguities and arguments surrounding music in islam that is ravaging our potential goal as a non-profit Organization. 


Because we are doing the best we can to get the news about IGT Seasons out there and we've never had it bad and I believe that where there is no ambiguities, there are basic tendencies that sponsors of different kinds would have been interested by now and the competition might even become expensive and once the cost of production goes up, it will impact on registration cost and many others attached, and that could be the biggest thing to bare for the helpless we are willing to help. So, which is automatically against our goal as a foundation.


Kaakaki finally stated that the organization needs potential sponsors to aid financial issues within IGTF system but heart of making business may dwindle or crossed out the Oragnization's intention to help developing Muslim artists.



On the program, Islamic Music Express with Classislam that took place yesterday evening, Mr Razak Aremu Olamilekan also known as Kaakaki Anobi had a lot to say about some issues that Islam Got Talent Season 2 is currently facing. During the program, he reacted to the rumour that Islam Got Talent Foundation is not spending enough to publicize or advertise the competition.


The present Executive Director of IGTF said, With the situation that we are going through as a non-profit Organization with little or no sponsors, it is not adviseable and that rumour emanating from nowhere did not bother us. Except of course, those who put that speech together or those who were encouraged to say such thing are either enemies of progress or people who doesn't understand how things works in a competition that your aim is to focus on helping the helpless talented Muslims.


Classislam

The host of the show, Ifeleye Ray Classislam, then asked Ustadz Aremu 2 questions. His first question to Kaakaki Anobi stated that, does it mean that IGTF is out of touch with the reality, and not reaching out to people Or potential sponsors. Or there is some other plausible explanations for its approach?


His second question was that, how do IGTF then move forward from this point, and does its administration require an overhaul of its financial capability?


Kaakaki Anobi answered and said, I think that the solution is campaigning against the ambiguities and arguments surrounding music in islam that is ravaging our potential goal as a non-profit Organization. 


Because we are doing the best we can to get the news about IGT Seasons out there and we've never had it bad and I believe that where there is no ambiguities, there are basic tendencies that sponsors of different kinds would have been interested by now and the competition might even become expensive and once the cost of production goes up, it will impact on registration cost and many others attached, and that could be the biggest thing to bare for the helpless we are willing to help. So, which is automatically against our goal as a foundation.


Kaakaki finally stated that the organization needs potential sponsors to aid financial issues within IGTF system but heart of making business may dwindle or crossed out the Oragnization's intention to help developing Muslim artists.


"I AM THE TRANSFORMATION I WISH TO SEE IN YORUBA ISLAMISE MUSIC INDUSTRY"- Ifeleye Ray Classislam

"I AM THE TRANSFORMATION I WISH TO SEE IN YORUBA ISLAMISE MUSIC INDUSTRY"- Ifeleye Ray Classislam


Ifeleye Ayodeji Abdrahman also known as Ifeleye Ray Classislam , a seasoned ethnomusicologist and Humanitarian who is also founder of Islam Got Talent Foundation (IGTF) and Islamic Music Scholars Association of Nigeria (IMSAN) has spoken that he is the kind of transformation he wanted to see in Yoruba Islamise Music industry and has been responsible for the development of Islamic Music in the Southwest at grassroot level. Ifeleye made the remark while calling religious sects/groups and every concerned Muslims seeking for their cooperation and supports over his latest discoveries to ensure Yoruba Islamise Music does not completely ignore culture of Islam and ethics of Music as a profession. Ifeleye who is also an O.A.P has established the first Islamic Music broadcast on three different radio stations in Ibadan. He further stated that he is not discussing "Islamic Music" in order to feather his own nest as an artist, but to encourage all talented Muslims and to show them how music can be done professionally and still keep the religious tradition in shape.

According to him "Ambiguities surrounding Islamic music especially among muslims is not helping the talented ones. The talented ones are suffering for lack of support needed to grow mentally and professionally. The fact is we cannot always fold our arms or try to ignore. Someone needs to stand up to these challenges and take the bull by the horns.


"The graduate of Music Technology further stated that " My experience as a talented Muslim while growing up has shown me where a talented Muslim can be having problems and my latest researches as a young ethnomusicologist has revealed so much about Islam being the foundation to the world Music."He said the creation of IGTF and IMSAN is another step to ensure Yoruba Islamic Music is taken to elitic level beyond lower class. Classislam stated that his actions and contribution are selfless in as much it is uphold with high esteem.

 "Everybody wants something good but not everyone is ready to pay the prize and that is one of the reasons i am selfless with everything i do. Imagine, today a lot of Muslim artists usually claim they are the originator, founder, innovator of hiphop, rap or pure English language in Yoruba Islamic Music. Whenever I heard that, i will just scoffed and moved on because such argument does not matter. 

In the meantime, I am eyeing so much greatness for all upcoming artists and I believe instead of sitting down and complaining, it is better I should be the transformation I wish to see within this music cycle even if no one will recognize me (for it) in the end

"Through his foundation, Ifeleye has organized Yoruba Islamic Music workshops, Seminars and Competition known as Islam Got Talent Seasons which are all first of its kind and he has been author of Yoruba Islamic Music books as well as educating articles.


Ifeleye Ayodeji Abdrahman also known as Ifeleye Ray Classislam , a seasoned ethnomusicologist and Humanitarian who is also founder of Islam Got Talent Foundation (IGTF) and Islamic Music Scholars Association of Nigeria (IMSAN) has spoken that he is the kind of transformation he wanted to see in Yoruba Islamise Music industry and has been responsible for the development of Islamic Music in the Southwest at grassroot level. Ifeleye made the remark while calling religious sects/groups and every concerned Muslims seeking for their cooperation and supports over his latest discoveries to ensure Yoruba Islamise Music does not completely ignore culture of Islam and ethics of Music as a profession. Ifeleye who is also an O.A.P has established the first Islamic Music broadcast on three different radio stations in Ibadan. He further stated that he is not discussing "Islamic Music" in order to feather his own nest as an artist, but to encourage all talented Muslims and to show them how music can be done professionally and still keep the religious tradition in shape.

According to him "Ambiguities surrounding Islamic music especially among muslims is not helping the talented ones. The talented ones are suffering for lack of support needed to grow mentally and professionally. The fact is we cannot always fold our arms or try to ignore. Someone needs to stand up to these challenges and take the bull by the horns.


"The graduate of Music Technology further stated that " My experience as a talented Muslim while growing up has shown me where a talented Muslim can be having problems and my latest researches as a young ethnomusicologist has revealed so much about Islam being the foundation to the world Music."He said the creation of IGTF and IMSAN is another step to ensure Yoruba Islamic Music is taken to elitic level beyond lower class. Classislam stated that his actions and contribution are selfless in as much it is uphold with high esteem.

 "Everybody wants something good but not everyone is ready to pay the prize and that is one of the reasons i am selfless with everything i do. Imagine, today a lot of Muslim artists usually claim they are the originator, founder, innovator of hiphop, rap or pure English language in Yoruba Islamic Music. Whenever I heard that, i will just scoffed and moved on because such argument does not matter. 

In the meantime, I am eyeing so much greatness for all upcoming artists and I believe instead of sitting down and complaining, it is better I should be the transformation I wish to see within this music cycle even if no one will recognize me (for it) in the end

"Through his foundation, Ifeleye has organized Yoruba Islamic Music workshops, Seminars and Competition known as Islam Got Talent Seasons which are all first of its kind and he has been author of Yoruba Islamic Music books as well as educating articles.

5 set of Islamize Musicians that won't participate in Islam Got Talent Season2

5 set of Islamize Musicians that won't participate in Islam Got Talent Season2


1. *The Scared Ones*:- This set of Islamize Musicians are scared and felt they will be discouraged if their song is finally crossed out of the competition. They thought it will kill their ambition and bury their talent and little fame. 

On the contrary, This shows that such musicians are not courageous and bold enough to know that *losing is not failure but an avenue to prepare or try better. Failure is when you don't try at all.*


2. *The Pride Ones*:- These set of Muslim artists are filled with pride as they will say "...this kind of competition is not for people like me" or "I am bigger than competition at my level" or "...the judges in charge are not good enough to judge my song" etc.

The fact is no one is bigger than what you have never tried or attempt and win. As pride goes before a fall so is an artist that has never tried a competition but claimed he or she is boss in the Islamize music industry. You can show your pride as an artists when you win a competition over and over again. Competition is fun and power for people who knows better.



3. *The Doubted & Lazy Ones*:- This set of Muslim artists are so confident that the competition is fake or fraud and will say everything to fault it.

How can you be so sure when you have never tried the contest? These people won't make enquires nor do some meaningful findings but only to come up with such pathetic and awkward conclusions.


4. *The Unwise Ones*:- This set of artists believed they are the wisest of all. They believe instead of using N3000 for registration, they can use the money to do something better. Before you can have their money.... You will have to be smarter.

Our candid advice to such artist(s) is that *"their unwise decision will do their career more harm than good and might also kill their dream of getting to the limelight only if they know better."*


5. *The Procrastinating Ones*:- This set of Muslim artists will continue to postpone their registration process till 46days of registration will all be gone and exhausted.

They won't register ASAP and they usually feel like *"there will be second chances"* meanwhile a wise man ones said *"opportunity comes but once"*


If you are part of the above mentioned sets of artist, this is to let you know that such attitude will not help your musical career in anyway but will dwindle it.


*Take charge of your fears*🔥🔥🔥


*Register on Islam Got Talent Season2 today and be the winner*


1. *The Scared Ones*:- This set of Islamize Musicians are scared and felt they will be discouraged if their song is finally crossed out of the competition. They thought it will kill their ambition and bury their talent and little fame. 

On the contrary, This shows that such musicians are not courageous and bold enough to know that *losing is not failure but an avenue to prepare or try better. Failure is when you don't try at all.*


2. *The Pride Ones*:- These set of Muslim artists are filled with pride as they will say "...this kind of competition is not for people like me" or "I am bigger than competition at my level" or "...the judges in charge are not good enough to judge my song" etc.

The fact is no one is bigger than what you have never tried or attempt and win. As pride goes before a fall so is an artist that has never tried a competition but claimed he or she is boss in the Islamize music industry. You can show your pride as an artists when you win a competition over and over again. Competition is fun and power for people who knows better.



3. *The Doubted & Lazy Ones*:- This set of Muslim artists are so confident that the competition is fake or fraud and will say everything to fault it.

How can you be so sure when you have never tried the contest? These people won't make enquires nor do some meaningful findings but only to come up with such pathetic and awkward conclusions.


4. *The Unwise Ones*:- This set of artists believed they are the wisest of all. They believe instead of using N3000 for registration, they can use the money to do something better. Before you can have their money.... You will have to be smarter.

Our candid advice to such artist(s) is that *"their unwise decision will do their career more harm than good and might also kill their dream of getting to the limelight only if they know better."*


5. *The Procrastinating Ones*:- This set of Muslim artists will continue to postpone their registration process till 46days of registration will all be gone and exhausted.

They won't register ASAP and they usually feel like *"there will be second chances"* meanwhile a wise man ones said *"opportunity comes but once"*


If you are part of the above mentioned sets of artist, this is to let you know that such attitude will not help your musical career in anyway but will dwindle it.


*Take charge of your fears*🔥🔥🔥


*Register on Islam Got Talent Season2 today and be the winner*

#GOFUNDME: Islam Got Talent Season 1

#GOFUNDME: Islam Got Talent Season 1

 


Description

Islam Got Talent Season 1 is a southwestern (Nigeria) talent hunt event on radio and television designed to promote,encourage and establish more conducive environment for the growth of talented Muslims in Nigeria.


Due to the ambiguity surrounding this cause, it requires the call on music-lovers,stakeholders, groups and private bodies to help us help IGT event, help religious talented youth and Islam as a whole.

DONATE HERE





 


Description

Islam Got Talent Season 1 is a southwestern (Nigeria) talent hunt event on radio and television designed to promote,encourage and establish more conducive environment for the growth of talented Muslims in Nigeria.


Due to the ambiguity surrounding this cause, it requires the call on music-lovers,stakeholders, groups and private bodies to help us help IGT event, help religious talented youth and Islam as a whole.

DONATE HERE





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