Al-Muminaat Professionals set agenda for maintaining healthy Muslim homes

Some professionals in health, education and social works of life have proffered suggestions on how Muslim families could maintain healthy homes to attain sound spiritual life.

They were speaking at a forum tagged “Sustaining a Healthy Home”, organised by the Professional Wing of the Al-Mu’minaat Organisation and held at the Lagos State House of Assembly Mosque, Alausa, Ikeja. In her presentation, a medical practitioner, Dr Islamiyyah Majolagbe dwelt on the importance of marriage in Islam, a necessity of and how to keep or maintain a healthy home. Majolagbe, who is a Senior Medical Officer, Lagos State Ministry of Health, listed three basic ways of maintaining a healthy home, which includes physical surrounding, psychological and financial capability.

Professionals set agenda for maintaining healthy Muslim homes November 23, 2017 1 comment 681 Health, Latest News, Life Style, Religious Corner Almu’minnat , Contaminant , Healthy Muslim Home , Professional Forum Mother of the Day Some professionals in health, education and social works of life have proffered suggestions on how Muslim families could maintain healthy homes to attain sound spiritual life.
Hajia Jelilat Oyinlade Abdul-Hamid Coordinator of the Professional Wing of the Al-Mu’minnat Organisation, welcoming participants to the forum. Hajia Jelilat Oyinlade Abdul-Hamid Coordinator of the Professional Wing of the Al-Mu’minnat Organisation, welcoming participants to the forum. They were speaking at a forum tagged “Sustaining a Healthy Home”, organised by the Professional Wing of the Al-Mu’minaat Organisation and held at the Lagos State House of Assembly Mosque, Alausa, Ikeja. In her presentation, a medical practitioner, Dr Islamiyyah Majolagbe dwelt on the importance of marriage in Islam, a necessity of and how to keep or maintain a healthy home. Majolagbe, who is a Senior Medical Officer, Lagos State Ministry of Health, listed three basic ways of maintaining a healthy home, which includes physical surrounding, psychological and financial capability.
While urging Muslim women to keep their homes free of contaminants in order to stay healthy, the medical practitioner also drew a checklist of rules that they must do at all times to keep their homes safe. In his own presentation, Dr Ibrahim Akosile, a Principal Lecturer in the Department of Business Administration, Lagos State Polytechnic, defined a healthy home as a home where the husband and the wife understand themselves. “A healthy home is a peaceful home. A healthy home is a home where the man is happy that he is going back home, likewise the woman,’’ Akosile said.

He also defined marriage as bringing together the cohabitation of two opposing personalities and exchange of understanding help to strengthen the relationship between both of them.

According to him, three vital traits are necessary for a couple to have in relating with one another so as to ensure a peaceful and happy home. He listed the traits to include an exchange of understanding, good communication and empathy.

Few marriages are built from the heaven, few marriages work perfectly; most marriages are a continuous work in progress. Second is communication. Effective communication between the husband and wife is to build a happy home. The third is empathy. Narrating her experience on strategies she used to win her husband to key into the establishment of a school, as her heart desired project, Hajia Sekinat Aderibigbe, shed tears of joy at the occasion, said it was initially difficult for her because she did not get the support of her husband.

Professionals set agenda for maintaining healthy Muslim homes November 23, 2017 1 comment 681 Health, Latest News, Life Style, Religious Corner Almu’minnat , Contaminant , Healthy Muslim Home , Professional Forum Mother of the Day Some professionals in health, education and social works of life have proffered suggestions on how Muslim families could maintain healthy homes to attain sound spiritual life. Hajia Jelilat Oyinlade Abdul-Hamid Coordinator of the Professional Wing of the Al-Mu’minnat Organisation, welcoming participants to the forum. Hajia Jelilat Oyinlade Abdul-Hamid Coordinator of the Professional Wing of the Al-Mu’minnat Organisation, welcoming participants to the forum.
They were speaking at a forum tagged “Sustaining a Healthy Home”, organised by the Professional Wing of the Al-Mu’minaat Organisation and held at the Lagos State House of Assembly Mosque, Alausa, Ikeja. In her presentation, a medical practitioner, Dr Islamiyyah Majolagbe dwelt on the importance of marriage in Islam, a necessity of and how to keep or maintain a healthy home. Majolagbe, who is a Senior Medical Officer, Lagos State Ministry of Health, listed three basic ways of maintaining a healthy home, which includes physical surrounding, psychological and financial capability. While urging Muslim women to keep their homes free of contaminants in order to stay healthy, the medical practitioner also drew a checklist of rules that they must do at all times to keep their homes safe. In his own presentation, Dr Ibrahim Akosile, a Principal Lecturer in the Department of Business Administration, Lagos State Polytechnic, defined a healthy home as a home where the husband and the wife understand themselves. “A healthy home is a peaceful home. A healthy home is a home where the man is happy that he is going back home, likewise the woman,’’ Akosile said.
Dr Ibrahim Akosile, Principal Lecturer, Department of Business Studies, Lagos State Polytechnic in an interactive session with participants at the Professional Forum Dr Ibrahim Akosile, Principal Lecturer, Department of Business Studies, Lagos State Polytechnic in an interactive session with participants at the Professional Forum He also defined marriage as bringing together the cohabitation of two opposing personalities and exchange of understanding help to strengthen the relationship between both of them. Also read Saudi-led group blacklists 18 individuals, groups According to him, three vital traits are necessary for a couple to have in relating with one another so as to ensure a peaceful and happy home. He listed the traits to include an exchange of understanding, good communication and empathy.

Few marriages are built from the heaven, few marriages work perfectly; most marriages are a continuous work in progress. Second is communication. Effective communication between the husband and wife is to build a happy home. The third is empathy. Narrating her experience on strategies she used to win her husband to key into the establishment of a school, as her heart desired project, Hajia Sekinat Aderibigbe, shed tears of joy at the occasion, said it was initially difficult for her because she did not get the support of her husband. Advising participants at the forum, the Mother of the Day, Hajia Fatiat Adegbemisola Rufai, who is a Director at the Lagos State Audit Service Commission, said marriage is a good thing that human beings were meant to enjoy to keep life going. Rufai, however, pointed out that there could be challenges along the journey of life in a marriage, saying that as Muslims, both couples must try to endure one another.

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