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This is really great! I'm feeling so blessed. Thanks Sukurat Adenike Laguda Adelodun. God bless!

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Surulere Connect End of Year party!
I was there!!
And its all about Surulere!
SURULERE CONNECT PARTY!!! Yea, the party has come and gone but the memory still lingers on and on to all those that attended the party.The Motive is beyond the merriment, its all about coming together under one umbrella as a family to give a voice to all re...

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Allah Akbar.
Prayer is the sword of the believers!
Ever felt tears roll down your cheeks for a du’a you’ve made?

Ever felt that intense need of Him? That moment when you just want to put your head on the ground and ask of Him, His Help, His Mercy? Or you just wanted to thank Him for absolutely everything?

What a beautiful moment right?

By Allah, that is a moment where you have lived your life.

A lot of people say that they couldn’t cry when they make du’a, yes it is a not a requirement that you cry when you make du’a but it is an effect that the heart does to the eyes when it speaks to Allah Azza Wa Jall.

Above, you see pictures of people crying while they are making du’a, rare moments, I tell you, that are captured by the camera.

When you see a person who makes du’a and suddenly he or she cries, what do you feel?

Yes, you feel little attached and you want to comfort them, it’s same feeling that such pictures above brings you.

I know that when you see a picture like this, it makes your heart burn and later on it makes you feel their need and then tears fall from your eyes. Why?

Because you know in yourself that you are ever needful of a moment like that. You need such strong connection with Him that when you mention His Name, your heart humbles itself, that when you hear of His Mercy, you beg for it and when you hear of His Rewards, you ask of Him like you have never asked anyone before.

You need that moment, where you find only yourself and Him and nothing else, and I tell you, a sincere du’a will give you this moment. It is not rare, you can get it every single time that you make your heart speak to Him in every dua.

Your heart will ever be connected to Him, that even if you don’t remember Him, your heart does, for every beat it makes it calls upon Allah Azza Wa Jall, remember the sound it makes, its not tic toc but Rubb Rubb Rubb, The Name of Your Lord! Subhan’Allah.

When you make your heart speak, you reunite your heart and Allah Azza Wa Jall, you reconnect your soul to your Creator, and you hold stronger to His Rope, that is such the strength that only in du’a you can find.

Believe me, my brother and sister in Islam, when you have stumbled and have lost your way for a moment, then I’m telling you, yes never give up your salaah but also it takes only one sincere du’a to bring you back to your feet.

So my brothers and sisters in Islam, it is the blessed month of Ramadhan, I ask of you to make the most out of it, make every du’a the sincerest ones, and I tell you, that rare moment and that hard thing to do (to cry while making du’a) it will come naturally.

Redeem your soul, reconnect your heart to its Rubb, for calls for Him every single beat.

Let the tears fall. Let Him cleanse you.

And so i leave you with a short du’a but one of the most poignant ones, a du’a that Muhammad Sallallahu Alaihi Wassalaam taught Mu’adh Ibn Jabal Radiyallahu Anhu;

Allahumma Aini Ala dhikrika wa shukrika wa husni ibadatika.

O Allah help me to remember You, to thank You and to worship You properly.
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And I pray this Ramadhan becomes a moment of cleansing for your soul, that with His Mercy showering upon us, we find a moment of sincere gratitude and love towards Him.
Amin
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ALL ABOUT FOOD SAFETY...

Listeria monocytogenes (commonly called Listeria) is a type of bacterium often found in food and elsewhere in nature. ‎‎

Listeria ‎food poisoning is a serious issue and should be avoided. Symptoms may start suddenly and include: 

• Vomiting 
• Nausea 
• Cramps 
• Diarrhoea 
• Severe Headache 
• Constipation 
• Persistent fever 

In some instances, these symptoms may be followed by meningitis encephalitis (an infection of the brain or its surrounding tissues) and/or septicemia (blood poisoning), either of which can result in death.

The mild form of foodborne listeriosis usually begins about one day after eating heavily contaminated food. 
For the more serious form of the disease, the incubation period is generally much longer – up to 90 days after exposure ‎. ‎

Tips to avoid food poisoning:

• ‎Read and follow all package labels and instructions on food preparation and storage.

 •After handling foods in the kitchen, especially raw foods such as meat and fish, thoroughly clean and sanitize all surfaces used for food preparation with a kitchen sanitizer (following the directions on the container) or use a bleach solution (5 ml household bleach to 750 ml of water), and rinse with water. 

•Avoid cross-contamination by cleaning all knives, cutting boards and utensils used with raw food before using them again. 

•   Thoroughly clean fruits and vegetables before you eat them. 

•Refrigerate or freeze perishable food, prepared food and leftovers within two hours. 

•Defrost food in the refrigerator, in cold water or in the microwave, but never at room temperature.

 •Keep leftovers for a maximum of 4 days, preferably only 2 – 3 days, and reheat them to an internal temperature of 74˚C (165˚F) ie 'Piping hot' before eating them.

• Check the temperature in your refrigerator using a thermometer to make sure it is at 4˚C (40˚F) or below. 

As the storage temperature increases, so does the growth of Listeria in foods. 
The higher the number of bacteria in foods, the greater is the risk of getting sick.

 •Frequently wash and disinfect the refrigerator. 
The more often it is cleaned, the less chance there will be for Listeria to be transferred from contaminated food and surfaces to non-contaminated foods. ‎

Let us be Food Safety Conscious. 

Health is Wealth. ‎
Have a healthy and wealthy weekend ahead. ‎

ALL ABOUT FOOD SAFETY...

Listeria monocytogenes (commonly called Listeria) is a type of bacterium often found in food and elsewhere in nature. ‎‎

Listeria ‎food poisoning is a serious issue and should be avoided. Symptoms may start suddenly and include: 

• Vomiting 
• Nausea 
• Cramps 
• Diarrhoea 
• Severe Headache 
• Constipation 
• Persistent fever 

In some instances, these symptoms may be followed by meningitis encephalitis (an infection of the brain or its surrounding tissues) and/or septicemia (blood poisoning), either of which can result in death.

The mild form of foodborne listeriosis usually begins about one day after eating heavily contaminated food. 
For the more serious form of the disease, the incubation period is generally much longer – up to 90 days after exposure ‎. ‎

Tips to avoid food poisoning:

• ‎Read and follow all package labels and instructions on food preparation and storage.

 •After handling foods in the kitchen, especially raw foods such as meat and fish, thoroughly clean and sanitize all surfaces used for food preparation with a kitchen sanitizer (following the directions on the container) or use a bleach solution (5 ml household bleach to 750 ml of water), and rinse with water. 

•Avoid cross-contamination by cleaning all knives, cutting boards and utensils used with raw food before using them again. 

•   Thoroughly clean fruits and vegetables before you eat them. 

•Refrigerate or freeze perishable food, prepared food and leftovers within two hours. 

•Defrost food in the refrigerator, in cold water or in the microwave, but never at room temperature.

 •Keep leftovers for a maximum of 4 days, preferably only 2 – 3 days, and reheat them to an internal temperature of 74˚C (165˚F) ie 'Piping hot' before eating them.

• Check the temperature in your refrigerator using a thermometer to make sure it is at 4˚C (40˚F) or below. 

As the storage temperature increases, so does the growth of Listeria in foods. 
The higher the number of bacteria in foods, the greater is the risk of getting sick.

 •Frequently wash and disinfect the refrigerator. 
The more often it is cleaned, the less chance there will be for Listeria to be transferred from contaminated food and surfaces to non-contaminated foods. ‎

Let us be Food Safety Conscious. 

Health is Wealth. ‎
Have a healthy and wealthy weekend ahead. ‎
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