2015 CONFERENCE PAPERS
The Islamic Welfare Foundation (IWF) held the 2015 edition of its annual Conference on Islam in Nigeria (COIN) in collaboration with Fountain University, Osogbo on 22-25 November, 2015 at the University campus. The following papers were presented at the conference.
MOBILISING FOR TRUE AND ENDURING CHANGE IN NIGERIA
Being a Welcome Address by Mallam Aliu Badmus, National Coordinator of Islamic Welfare Foundation, at the Opening Ceremony of 2015 Conference on Islam in Nigeria Held at Fountain University, Osogbo, on Monday 23rd November, 2015
ISLAM: ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE AND NIGERIA’S DEVELOPMENT
being a keynote address delivered by Yusuf Ali SAN
THOUGHTS ON THE FUTURE OF RELIGION IN NIGERIA’S POLITICS
(Draft Text of a Keynote Address at the Conference on, The Muslim Agenda For Nigeria: Challenges of Development and Good Governance, organised by the ISLAMICWELFARE FOUNDATION at the Fountain University, Osogbo, 22-25th, November 2015, By Bishop Matthew Hassan KUKAH, Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese
MUSLIM EDUCATION: A RESEARCHER PERSPECTIVES
By Rashid Aderinoye
ISLAM, MUSLIMS, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL
By Professor Hussein Oyelola Bukoye Oloyede, FNSBMB;FNISEB; FSAN. Department of Biochemistry, University of Ilorin, Ilorin
ISLAM AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF MEDICINE IN NIGERIA: LESSONS FROM THE SOKOTO CALIPHATE
By Labbo Abdullahi Department of History,Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto
LOCAL BUSINESS PRACTICES IN KAIAMA: AN ASSESSMENT FROM ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE.
By Ibrahim Suleiman. Department of Islamic, Christian and Comparative Religious Studies, Kwara State University, Malete
ASSESSMENT OF ISLAMIC PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS PRACTICES AND THEIR RELEVANCE TO THE CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY.
By Rasheedat Oluwakemi Musa. Department of Islamic, Christian and Religious Studies, Kwara State University
POVERTY ALLEVIATION (ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE)
By Idrees Lukman Kehinde
CORRUPTION, THE BANE OF GOOD GOVERNANCE: ISLAMIC PANACEA
By Hadi Atanda Moshood. Department of Islamic Studies, Kwara State College of Education Ilorin.
A NOTE ON ESTABLISHING A SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT THROUGH ISLAMIC ECONOMIC FRAMEWORK IN NIGERIA.
By Aminu Umar Alkammawa. Department of History, Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto.
DYNAMICS OF ISLAMIC POLITICAL THOUGHT IN THE CONTEXT OF NATIONALISM AND GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA
By Toki, Olushola Tajudeen. School of Basic and Remedial Studies, College of Education, Ilorin , Nigeria;
Abdulhafiz Amin Ibrahim. Department of Islamic Studies, College Of Education, Ilorin, Nigeria and
Isiaka Olalekan Abdulraheem. Department of Religions, University Of Ilorin, Nigeria
ISLAM, GOOD GOVERNANCE AND NATION BUILDING
By Dr. A.A. Owoade, Barr. M.B. Badr and O.N. Olaleye
CHALLENGES OF MUSLIM-CHRISTIAN CO-EXISTENCE IN A MULTI RELIGIOUS NATION: THE ROLE OF MUSLIM ORTHODOXICAL JURISPRUDENCE.
By Ahmad Nafiu Arikewuyo. Director of At-Taqwa Center for Islamic, Wills and Inheritance Execution, Ilorin.
TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: LESSONS FROM AL-QARAḌĀWĪ’S DAWRU ’L-QIYAM.
By Khalid Ishola Bello. Department of Islamic, Christian and Comparative Religious Studies, Kwara State University, Malete, Kware State
RELEVANCE OF SHARI’AH TO MODERN CHALLENGES IN NIGERIA
By Muhammad Hadi Ismail School Of Basic And Remedial Studies, College Of Education, Ilorin.
CHALLENGES FACING SHARICAH COURTS IN NIGERIA
By Muhammad Jumat Dasuki. Department of Islamic, Christian and Comparative Religious Studies Kwara State University, Malete.
PROPHET MUHAMMAD'S STYLE OF GOVERNANCE – AN IMPETUS FOR VIABLE ADMINISTRATION IN NIGERIA
By Yusuf Sherif; Post Graduate Student, Department of Religions, University of Ilorin
GOOD GOVERNANCE AND ECONOMIC PROSPERITY IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA: THE ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE
By Egbetunde, Tajudeen (Ph.D.), Department of Economics; and Adedimeji, Abdul-Hafeez A.A. (Ph.D.), General Studies UnitFountain University, Osogbo
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON GOOD GOVERNANCE IN ISLAM: THE CASE OF CALIPH UMARBN ABD AL-AZIZ, UMAR THE II (61-101 AH – 680-719 CE)
By Dr. Bello Bala Diggi Department of History and International Studies Federal University, Birnin Kebbi
OCCURRENCE OF MEDICINAL PLANTS IN THE HOLY QUR’AN AND THEIR THERAPEUTIC USES
By Gbadamosi Idayat Titilayo Ph.D Department Of Botany, Faculty Of Science University Of Ibadan, Nigeria
INDEPENDENCE OF JUDICIARY: ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE AND INTERNATIONAL LAW PERSPECTIVES
By Prof Wahab O. Egbewole Department of Jurisprudence and International Law, University of Ilorin, Nigeria
Ibrahim Imam,Ph.D Sub Dean, Faculty of Law University of Ilorin, Nigeria
Hanafi A. Hammed,Ph.D. Ag HOD, Public and International Law, Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin, Nigeria