EXCLUSIVE: Buhari Govt, Bala Lau’s JIBWIS, Huma Abedin, Wahhabi ‘Muslim World League’ And The Links To Terror

Buhari with Wahhabi agents of terror-linked Muslim World League
  • Over $100 billion Has Been Invested by Muslim World League In Propagating Radical Wahhabi Ideology Worldwide Through Imams, Schools, Mosques
  • Muslim World League Has Been Linked To Global Terror Including al-Qaeda And To The Muslim Brotherhood, Also Huma Abedin
  • U.S. Officials Hinted Newsweek, Muslim World League Was Not Sanctioned for Financing Osama bin Laden Terror to Avoid Embarrassing the Saudi Government
  • JIBWIS Head Abdullahi Bala Lau Is Muslim World League Ambassador In Nigeria and Openly Incites Violence Against Shia Minority Muslims [Video]
  • President Buhari, Governor Nasir el-Rufai, Other Eminent Nigerians Participated In Muslim World League-JIBWIS Conference In Nigeria This March
  • The March Muslim World League-JIBWIS Conference’s Primary Agenda Was To Build Billion Dollar Wahhabi Propagation Center in Nigeria
  • Nigeria’s Largest Muslim Group Leader, Sheikh Dahiru Bauchi Condemned Bala Lau, JIBWIS As Brothers of Boko Haram Terrorists And Agents of Saudi-wahhabi Radical Extremist Mission Around The World [VIDEO]
  • Boko Haram Sec. General Danladi Adamu Negotiates On Behalf of the Group Comfortably From The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Nigeria Banned Shia Islam And Killed And Secretly Buried Hundreds of Shia Muslims And Keeps Leader Zakzaky and His Wife Illegally Detained Indefinitely To Please MWL


Nigeria has become a primary focal point for the Saudi Arabia politico-religious war against Iran. The consequences are dire.

Under the new Muhammadu Buhari administration which took over office in May of 2015, the nation with the largest population of Shia, ‘Iran-affiliated’ Muslims outside the Middle East and Asia, Nigeria with its roughly 9 million Shia Muslims is a major front in the Saudi war against Iran.

buhari innauguration

New York times, described how “for decades, Saudi Arabia has poured billions of its oil dollars into sympathetic Islamic organizations around the world, quietly practicing checkbook diplomacy to advance its agenda.”

A trove of thousands of Saudi documents recently released by WikiLeaks mid last year revealed in surprising detail how the Saudi government’s goal in recent years was not just to spread its strict version of Sunni Islam — though that was a priority — but also to undermine its primary adversary: Shiite Iran.

“The documents from Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Ministry illustrate a near obsession with Iran, with diplomats in Africa, Asia and Europe monitoring Iranian activities in minute detail and top government agencies plotting moves to limit the spread of Shiite Islam.

Recent initiatives have included putting foreign preachers on the Saudi payroll, building mosques, schools and study centers, and undermining foreign officials and news media deemed threatening to the kingdom’s agenda.

A $100 Billion Sponsored Agenda

‘“We are talking about thousands and thousands of activist organizations and preachers who are in the Saudi sphere of influence because they are directly or indirectly funded by them,” said Usama Hasan, a senior researcher in Islamic studies at the Quilliam Foundation in London. “It has been a huge factor, and the Saudi influence is undeniable.”’

“The Saudi government has made no secret of its international religious mission, nor of its enmity toward Iran.

“The trove mostly covered the period from 2010 to early 2015. It documents religious outreach coordinated by the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, an interministerial body that King Salman dissolved in a government overhaul after his ascension this year.

“The Foreign Ministry relayed funding requests to officials in Riyadh, the Interior Ministry and the intelligence agency sometimes vetted potential recipients, the Saudi-supported Muslim World League helped coordinate strategy, and Saudi diplomats across the globe oversaw projects. Together, these officials identified sympathetic Muslim leaders and associations abroad, distributed funds and religious literature produced in Saudi Arabia, trained preachers and gave them salaries to work in their own countries.”

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“The trove mostly covered the period from 2010 to early 2015. It documents religious outreach coordinated by the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, an interministerial body that King Salman dissolved in a government overhaul after his ascension this year.

“The Foreign Ministry relayed funding requests to officials in Riyadh, the Interior Ministry and the intelligence agency sometimes vetted potential recipients, the Saudi-supported Muslim World League helped coordinate strategy, and Saudi diplomats across the globe oversaw projects. Together, these officials identified sympathetic Muslim leaders and associations abroad, distributed funds and religious literature produced in Saudi Arabia, trained preachers and gave them salaries to work in their own countries.”

The Times continued that Saudi ambassadors from across Africa were “told to file reports on Iranian activities in their countries. The Saudi ambassador to Uganda soon filed a detailed report on “Shiite expansion” in the mostly Christian country.

“A cable from the predominantly Muslim nation of Mali warned that Iran was appealing to the local Muslims, who knew little of ‘the truth of the extremist, racist Shiite ideology that goes against all other Islamic schools.'”

Zakzaky and the Islamic Movement of Nigeria

The same was done with Nigeria where reports on the growth of the Sheikh El-Zakzaky-led Islamic Movement of Nigeria were reported to the Saudi government. El-Zakzaky is a prominent leader of an estimated 15 million Shia Muslims centered in Nigeria and neighboring west African countries, and his influence has been growing.

Loaded in a wheel barrow
Loaded in a wheel barrow

It was not therefore surprising when a protest by suspected members of the Zakzaky-led Islamic movement of Nigeria invoked a wide-spread government massacre last December in Nigeria’s northern Zaria state.Hundreds were killed along with three sons of the leader, and he and his wife were shot several times and detained indefinitely.

The movement’s structures were destroyed across the state in a pogrom action from December 12th to the 14th that saw hundreds of Shia Muslims killed and secretly buried in a mass grave at Mando cemetery in Zaria.

The details below explain why the Buhari government will never release Sheikh Ibrahim el-Zakzaky and his wife who have been detained for almost a year without charges being filed against them.

Amnesty international Satellite image of Mando mass grave where hundreds of victims were secretly buried
Amnesty international Satellite image of Mando mass grave where hundreds of victims were secretly buried

Muslim World League

At the center of the Saudi operations across the world are organisations of which the Muslim World League is primary and central.


“The Muslim World League (MWL) is a non-governmental organization that was founded in 1962 by members of the Saudi government—most notably then-Prince (later King) Faisal bin ‘Abd al-Aziz—to help globalize Wahhabism, the extremist form of Islam practiced in Saudi Arabia. Still controlled and funded by the Saudi government, the Mecca-based MWL today has 36 satellite offices on 5 continents.

“The Saudi government funded Muslim World League has personally disbursed over $100 billion dollars to propagate its agenda since its establishment in 1962.

Muslim World League And The Links To Terror(1)

While the Muslim World League is registered as an organisation that promotes Islam across the world, it has been classified as an organization that directly and through its affiliates sponsors extremism and terror.

Wikileaks cables from a document dated December 2009 present US’ concerns with the Muslim World League:


(S/NF) Saudi Arabia has enacted important reforms to criminalize terrorist financing and restrict the overseas flow of funds from Saudi-based charities. However, these restrictions fail to include &multilateral organizations such as the International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO), Muslim World League (MWL) and the World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY.) Intelligence suggests that these groups continue to send money overseas and, at times, fund extremism overseas. In 2002, the Saudi government promised to set up a Charities Committee that would address this issue, but has yet to do so. The establishment of such a mechanism, however, is secondary to the primary U.S. goal of obtaining Saudi acknowledgement of the scope of this problem and a commitment to take decisive action.


Muslim World League Terrorist Ties(2)

“MWL has a long history of ties to, and financial support for, Islamic extremists, terrorist operatives, and terrorist organizations including Hamas, the Abu Sayyaf Group, al-Ittihaad al-Islami, the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, Jemaat-al-Islamiyya, and al Qaeda. Moreover, a number of MWL’s subsidiaries, particularly the IIRO, have been involved in terrorist financing.

“From 1976-1980, Muzammil Siddiqi chaired the Department of Religious Affairs at MWL‘s Office to the United Nations. Siddiqi has praised Islamic suicide bombers as “those who die on the part of justice” and thus reside “with the Lord” in a place of “the highest honor.” He also has predicted “the victory of Islam in Palestine” by means of jihad, which he describes as “the path” and “the way [for Muslims] to receive the honor.”

“In 1979, then-King Abdulaziz University president Abdullah Omar Naseef—an Islamic extremist with a significant history of ties to al Qaedafounded the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs (IMMA), which, according to former Assistant United States Attorney Andrew McCarthy, seeks to “grow an unassimilated, aggressive population of Islamic supremacists in the west.

“Also in the 1980s, MWL‘s Pakistan office was run by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, a senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood. Moreover, Khalifa was a brother-in-law of Osama bin Laden, a co-founder of the Benevolence International Foundation, and a financier of Operation Bojinka (a foiled 1995 plot to simultaneously detonate bombs aboard eleven U.S.-bound airliners in mid-flight).” Read full.

The United States has thus far not been able to fully classify the Muslim World League as a terror organisation due to pressures from the wealthy Saudi Arabian government.

Breitbart News reported that just a month after 9/11, Newsweek claimed that the Muslim World League — the parent organization of WAMY with connections to Huma Abedin — was removed from a list of terror funders under pressure from Saudi Arabia.

Muslim World League Ties To Terror(3)

The Muslim World League, parent of WAMY (World Arab Muslim Youth) association is again implicated in terror sponsorship according to the 28-pages declassified by the US congress this July.

Page 24 of the 28 Pages report  discusses Osama bin Laden’s half-brother and says in part:

According to the FBI. Abdullah Bin Ladin has a number of connections to terrorist organizations. He is the President and Director of the World Arab Muslim Youth Association (WAMY) and the Institute of Islamic and Arabic Science in America. Both organizations are local branches of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

According to the FBI, there is reason to believe that WAMY is “closely associated with the funding and financing of international terrorist activities and in the past has provided logistical support to individuals wishing to fight in the Afghan War.” In 1998, the CIA published a paper characterizing WAMY as a NGO that provides funding. logistical support and training with possible connections to the Arab Afghans network, Hamas, Algerian extremists and Philippine militants.

The Muslim World League Nigeria Set-up

The Nigerian chief agent of the Muslim World League is one Kaduna-based radical Sheikh, Abdullah Bala Lau who is the National Chairman Of Jama’atu Izalatil Bidi’ah Wa Iqamatis Sunnah, JIBWIS organization, better known as the Izala sect.

Bala Lau bows for President Buhari
Bala Lau bows to President Buhari

Bala Lau is vocal in his campaigns against Shia Muslims and in a video recording right after the Zaria massacre and secret burial of hundreds of Shia Muslims last year, he commended the Kaduna state government for the action and invited Suffi groups like the Tijanniyya order, the largest Muslim body in Nigeria headed by Sheikh Dahiru Bauchi to join his Izala sect in “chasing and prosecuting” Shia Muslims across Nigeria.

Bala Lau’s words:

“I swear by Allah, for Allah, to Allah, if the insults of the prophet’s wife and  companions continues, only God knows the calamity that await this country. And if the Islamic Shari’a exist, whoever is doing such, I am calling on the Suffis of Tijjaniyyah, the Suffis of Khadiriyyah and all other Suffis to come out and preach to the people about the position and title of the prophet’s companions, do not agree, let’s unite on this, do not agree with insults on the prophet’s companions.

“Let’s set a law, whoever insults the companions of the prophet, or the prophet’s wife, let’s catch him and punish him based on Islamic regulations if he says he is a Muslim.

“If he says he is not a Muslim, let’s know that he is an infidel or Christian because the Christians already say that they are their (the Shias) brothers. The origin of Shi’a itself comes from the Jews.

“I pray that Allah will give us the courage to take this decision, to rein justice on them according to the Islamic Law; give them the penalty of insulting the prophet (suggesting death) because, insulting the prophet’s wife is insulting the prophet, likewise his companions.

“Brothers in Islam, we pray for peace to reign in this country. May Allah bless the President, may Allah protect him and bless him.”

An invitation Dahiru Bauchi vehemently rejected in an audio message while describing Bala Lau and his Izala sect as partners with Boko Haram terrorist organisation and part of the global “wahhabi Saudi extremist network.”

Sheikh Dahiru Bauchi Warns Kaduna Governor, President Buhari on Shia Pogrom; Says JIBWIS Is Brother of Boko Haram, and Tijaniyyah, Christians Will Be Attacked After Shia Pogrom

Boko Haram in its recent messages has coincidentally turned focus on Shia Islam, while the group has largely abandoned attacks and engaged in positive negotiations with the Nigerian government.

Bala Lau’s Manara Wahhabi Satellite TV And Radio Station Operating from Nigeria

Bala Lau already runs a TV and radio propaganda station in Nigeria, of course built with MWL funds. He launched this last year under Buhari.


In a bid to spread true Islamic teachings, new radio and television channels have been launched by a leading Nigerian Islamic group, serving as a lighthouse in West Africa.

Sheikh Bala Lau,  chairman of Jama’atu Izalatul Bidah Wa Iqamatis Sunnah (JIBWIS), said the initiative was launched because “We want to change the entire Muslim Ummah’s lives through Manara, in area of preaching to them to do the right thing and always avoid anything capable of breaching the peace,”

The aim of the station is as below, the “promote teaching ‘true Islam’ in Nigeria.” This means it is a Wahhabi propaganda machine in the country.

The office in Nigeria is just a studio, while Bala Lau said the satellite broadcast is by “brothers outside Nigeria,” referring to the MWL and other Saudi instruments.

Manara TV is reported to have received N500 million Dasuki gate arms money.

The March 2016 Muslim World League-JIBWIS Conference In Nigeria

The Billion Dollar Wahhabi Ideology Propagation Center Project For Nigeria

In March of this year, Bala Lau brought the Saudis to Nigeria for a conference on “peace and stability.” Hallmark of the conference is the establishment of a wahhabi ideology mega center in Nigeria.

The Secretary General of the Muslim World League, Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulmohsen Al-Turki was received by Bala Lau at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International airport when he arrived in his private jet as the Saudis confirmed to the disappointment of many Nigerians that President Buhari had signed Nigeria up as part of a so-called Saudi coalition against terror, whose ulterior motive is seen to be the Kingdom’s campaign against Shia Islam.

Buhari bows for King Salman
Buhari bows for King Salman

BreakingTimes reported in March:

“Saudi Arabia has confirmed that Nigeria is among a co­alition of 34 countries that Saudi Arabia will lead in its fight against global Islamic terrorists, chief among them, the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

“The Saudi Ara­bia Ambassador to Ni­geria, Fahad bin Abdul­lah disclosed this at the reception for the leader of the Wahabi Global Congress, Sheikh Abul-Muhsin Abdallah at-Turki.
“Sheikh Abul-Muhsin Abdallah at-Turki, who arrived in Nigeria in a private jet via Nnamdi Azikiwe In­ternational Airport, was received by the Nigerian leader of the Jama’atul Iza­latul Bidi’a wa Iqamatus-Sunnah (JIBWIS), Sheikh Abdullahi Bala Lau and his entourage amidst tight security.

Turki meets Bala Lau
Muslim World League Turki meets Bala Lau, March 2016- JIBWIS

“Sheikh Abul-Muhsin Abdallah at-Turki, it was gath­ered, is in Nigeria, to attend a summit that would deliberate on the found­ing of a centre that would focus on the teaching of genuine Islam as a prelude to finding a lasting peace in the country.

“The summit, billed to start on Thursday, is ex­pected to be declared open by President Muhamma­du Buhari. It will be con­ducted in collaboration with JIBWIS.

“According to at-Turki, the acts of terrorism be­ing perpetrated by ISIS and other bellicose Islamic groups, who subjugate hu­man rights and freedom of others in countries where they operate is antithetical to the teachings of Islam.”

President Buhari receiving a gift presentation from the Executive Secretary World Muslim League Saudi Arabia Dr Abdullah Bin Abdul Mohsin Al-Turki, with him is Sultan of Sokoto Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar as President Buhari declares open the International Islamic Conference on Peace and Security at the Shehu Yar’Adua Centre Abuja on 17th Mar 2016 [Guardian]
President Buhari receiving a gift presentation from the Executive Secretary World Muslim League Saudi Arabia Dr Abdullah Bin Abdul Mohsin Al-Turki, with him is Sultan of Sokoto Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar as President Buhari declares open the International Islamic Conference on Peace and Security at the Shehu Yar’Adua Centre Abuja on 17th Mar 2016 [Guardian]
Kaduna Governor Nasir El-Rufai in attendance
Kaduna Governor Nasir El-Rufai in attendance

The conference had in attendance, the governor of Kaduna, Nasir el-Rufai, Nigeria’s  Security boss Lawal Daura among others. See entire list on JIBWIS website and at bottom of this article.

The conference held in Abuja was declared open on March 17th by President Muhammadu Buhari.

Nigeria Northern governors meet Muslim World League
Nigeria Northern governors meet Muslim World League

Hillary Clinton’s Huma Abedin Connection To Muslim World League, Muslim Brotherhood

Lee Stranahan reports in Breitbart, June 28, 2016:

On September 11, 2001 Huma Abedin — Hillary Clinton’s aide for twenty years and co-chair of her current Presidential run — was working for an organization located in the offices of Saudi Arabia’s Muslim World League.

That’s a Wahhabist Islamic group that Breitbart News recently reported was going to be put on a list of terror funders by U.S. government but was removed, reportedly under pressure from Saudi Arabia.

This latest revelation ties the Muslim World League directly to the The Institute for Muslim Minority Affairs and the Journal for Muslim Minority Affairs, an organization that Vanity Fair writer William D. Cohan called “the Abedin family business.”

Muslim World League London Office & Abedin Family Business Have Same Address

An archived webpage from the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs from a little over a year after 9/11 — December 2, 2002, the earliest date available — shows that then-New York Senator Hillary Clinton’s aide Huma Abedin was an assistant editor of the Journal.”

Huma Abedin
Huma Abedin

The Muslim World League is also connected to the Muslim Brotherhood.

WashingtonPost captioned in August of this year: “Does Huma Abedin have ‘ties’ to the Muslim Brotherhood?”

The article states:

Hillary and Huma Abedin
Hillary and Huma Abedin

This brings us to Huma Abedin’s supposed “ties” to the Muslim Brotherhood. Bear with us, as it’s really a case of six degrees of separation.

Syed Abedin in 1978 founded the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs, a think tank which began publishing the journal a year later, with the support of Abdullah Omar Naseef, at the time president of King Abdulaziz University. Later, between 1983 and 1993, Naseef was secretary-general of the Muslim World League, a pan-Islamic nongovernmental organization. (Interestingly, in 1983, Naseef was also awarded the Bronze Wolf, bestowed by the World Scout Committee for “outstanding service to the World Scout Movement.”)

In 1988, during his tenure at the Muslim World League, Naseef authorized a Pakistani charity called the Rabita Trust at a time when the United States and its allies funded the mujahideen fighting the Soviet troops occupying Afghanistan. Years later, the fund became associated with al-Qaeda (which, after all, emerged from the mujahideen) Read full. Read also in Breitbart

WND was first to report Huma’s mother, Saleha Abedin, was the official representative of Naseef’s terror-stained Muslim World League in the 1990s. Less than one month after the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, Newsweek reported that the Muslim World League was used by terror mastermind Osama bin Laden to to finance his operations:

“Two interrelated global charities directly financed by the Saudi government – the International Islamic Relief Organization and the Muslim World League – have been used by bin Laden to finance his operations. The organizations were left off the list of groups sanctioned by the United States last week, U.S. officials hinted to Newsweek, in order to avoid embarrassing the Saudi government.”

Harper’s magazine confirmed the relationship in 2004:

Osama bin laden
Osama bin laden

“In other cases, the Bush Administration made a conscious decision not to pursue major Saudi conduits for terrorist funding. The clearest example involves two ostensible charities that are long known to have funneled money to Al Qaeda – the International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO) and the Muslim World League (MWL). Both are financed directly by the Saudi government. MWL is an evangelical organization that was created to help spread Wahhabism, the Saudi brand of Islamic fundamentalism; IIRO is a humanitarian relief organization that operates primarily in Muslim countries.”

Read more

Huma Abedin is currently being investigated by the FBI for emails found on her husband’s computer which had been hidden by Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton.

Middle East Burned, Nigeria Burns Next

As the Middle East goes up in flames with millions of Arabs fleeing to Europe to seek asylum, Nigeria sits on a box of gunpowder, as the same agenda that set the Arab world in flames has been introduced to Nigeria under its new leadership.

El-Rufai, Shettima In Saudi Arabia right after Zaria massacre
El-Rufai, Shettima In Saudi Arabia right after Zaria massacre

A 28-page document declassified by the US revealed the Saudi role in September 11 2001 world trade center terror attacks. Nigeria’s Boko Haram has also typically staged negotiations comfortably from the kingdom with the terror group’s secretary general, a certain Danladi Ahmadu residing therein inviting the Nigerian government for negotiations with him.

Additionally, FinancialTimes reported that Saudi Arabia categorically told US Secretary John Kerry that they created ISIS in response to the US handing over Iraq to the Shia.

After the Iraqi city of Mosul fell to a lightning Isis offensive in 2014, even the late Prince Saud al-Faisal, the respected Saudi foreign minister, remonstrated with John Kerry, US secretary of state, that “Daesh [Isis] is our [Sunni] response to your support for the Da’wa” — the Tehran-aligned Shia Islamist ruling party of Iraq. Read more.


Interestingly, the Middle East with exclusion of Egypt in Africa has slightly more “Shia” Muslims than “Sunni” Muslims with as much as 15% of the population being Shia in Saudi Arabia, the root of Islam.

Ruled by the house of Saud, Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world named after a family.

With Africa excluded, the Saudi royals feel like a minority in the Middle East and this perhaps fuels their anxiety.



The recent full ban of the Islamic Movement and deadly clampdown on Shia Islam with radical citizens transported by police to together pursue and kill Shia Muslims and burn their properties, demonstrates the formalization of the government policy to pursue the Saudi-wahhabi Muslim World League agenda in Nigeria.

There is a lot of cash involved here. We are talking of a project the Saudi Arabian government invests and throws away billions of dollars to see through, with millions of dollars sometimes deposited into the bank accounts of single individuals and government officials, like the $681 million deposited in the Malaysian prime minster’s account who banned Shia Islam. Money rules. This is just beginning.

Takfiri terrorist youth transported by Kaduna police
Takfiri terrorist youth transported by Kaduna police
Takfiri thugs being transported in police vehicles to massacre Shia Muslims in Nigeria's north
Takfiri thugs being transported in police vehicles to massacre Shia Muslims in Nigeria’s north
Izala innovative symbol. This is a wahhabi symbol as the crossing swords and palm tree are not a symbol of Islam and routinely associated with war
Izala innovative symbol. This is a wahhabi symbol as the crossing swords and palm tree are not a symbol of Islam and routinely associated with war

Related: The Evolution of the Flag of Saudi Arabia

The “base flag” of Saudi Arabia, the shahada or Islamic profession of faith (“There is no god but God and Muhammad is the Prophet of God”) on solid green was an old flag, connected to the Wahhabi reformist movement of the late 18th century, with whose religious drive the Al Saud family first rose to power. The sword was added in 1902, when Abdul Aziz ibn Abdul Rahman Al Saud (“Ibn Saud” to the British) established himself as Sultan of the Nejd. Read full

Related: NewsRescue-End Times: Horn Of Satan To Appear From Najd, Saudi Arabia – ‘Sahih’ Hadith

Narrated Ibn ‘Umar: (The Prophet) said, “O Allah! Bless our Sham (Syria) and our Yemen.” People said, “Our Najd as well.” The Prophet again said, “O Allah! Bless our Sham and Yemen.” They said again, “Our Najd as well.” On that the Prophet said, “There will appear earthquakes and afflictions, and from there appears the Horn of Satan.” (Book #17, Hadith #147, Bukhari) Read more.

Related: NewsRescue-The Original Najdi/ Wahhabi Movement Was More Extreme In Bloodshed & Takfir Than ISIS

List of attendees and contributors to JIBWIS- Muslim World League Conference March 17th 2016

Date: Thursday 17th – 19th March 2016 (8-10/6/1437H)

Venue:  Shehu Musa Yar’adua Center, Abuja


The participants extend profound appreciation to the Federal Government of Nigeria under the abled leadership of President Muhammadu Buhari and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia under the abled leadership of King Salman Ibn AbdulAziz  Al Saud, Custodian of the Two Holy Masjids for facilitating the Conference. The participants further appreciate concerted efforts of the two great leaders in their sincere drive for the stability of the whole world, defence of the oppressed and eradication of terrorist groups particularly in Nigeria, Syria and Yemen.

  1. Former President Olusegun Aremu Obasanjo who sent in an elaborated goodwill message and a link to Kofi Anan Foundation
  2. The First Lady, Hajiya Aisha Buhari ably represented by Hajiya Maryam Aliyu Abdullahi – FCT Amira Fomwan
  3. His Excellency Fahad Bn Abdullahi Assufayyan – Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques in the federal Republic of Nigeria
  4. The Cultural Attaché of Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Nigeria, Muadheb Enad Almasloukhi
  5. The Honorable Minister of Defense Brigadier General Mansur Muhammad Dan Ali
  6. Honorable Minister of Interior Lt. Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazau
  7. Honorable Minister of Communications Barr. Abdur-Raheem Adebayo Shittu
  8. Director General of the Nigerian State Security Service Alhaji Lawal Musa Daura
  9. The Comptroller General of Nigerian Immigration Service Mr. David Paradang
  10. Distinguished Senator Adamu Alieor – Chairman JIBWIS contact group
  11. Senate Leader Distinguished Senator Ali Ndume
  12. Distinguished Senator Bala Ibn Na Allah
  13. Distinguished Senator Abdulaziz Murtala Nyako
  14. Distinguished Senator Aliyu Magatakarda Wamakko
  15.  other Distinguished Senators
  16. Memebers of the Federal House of Representatives Led by Honorable Abdulmalik Zannan Bungudu
  17. Chairman Governors Forum Abdulaziz Yari, Executive Governor of Zamfara State
  18. Executive Governor of Katsina State Rt. Hon. Aminu Bello Masari
  19. Executive Governor of Adamawa State MuhammaduUmaruJibrillaBindo
  20. Executive Governor of Niger AbubakarSani Bello
  21. Executive Governor of Kaduna State Malan Nasiru Ahmad El-Rufai
  22. Executive Governor of Sokoto State Aminu Waziri Tambuwal
  23. Executive Governor of Kebbi State Alhaji Abubakar Atiku Bagudu
  24. Executive Governor of Bauchi State Barrister Mohammed Abdullahi Abubakarwas respresented by a Commissioner at the Closing Ceremony
  25. Executive Governor of Jigawa State Alhaji Mohammed Abubakar Badaru
  26. Admiral Murtala Nyako (Baba mai Mangoro) Former Governor of Adamawa State
  27. Alhaji Uba Mai Gari Ahmadu Former Deputy Governor,Taraba State
  28. Alhaji Armaya’u Abubakar Former Deputy Governor,Taraba State
  29. Former Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Hon. Babangida S Nguroje
  30. Ahmad Yusuf Former Chief of Staff, Taraba State
  31. His Eminence the Sultan of Sokoto Alhaji Saad Abubakar and President General the Supreme Council of Nigeria
  32. His Royal Highness Emir of Kano Alhaji Muhammadu Sanusi II
  33. His Royal Highness the Lamido of Adamawa Alhaji Muhammadu Barkindo Aliyu Musdafa ably represented by Former Comptroller General of Customs Ahmed Aliyu Mustafa (Sardaunan Adamawa)
  34. His Royal Highness Emir of Zazzau ably represented by the Yariman Alhaji Muhammadu Munnir Jafa’aru
  35. His Royal Highness Alhaji Muhammad Garba Tambari – Emir of Maradun
  36. His Royal Highness Emir of Katsina Alhaji Muhammadu Kabir Usman ably represented by Tafarkin Katsina Alhaji Turku Mani
  37. His Royal Highness Muhammed Kasim Raji Adekunle, Olowu of Owuile Osun State
  38. His Royal Highness Alhaji Habibu Aliyu (MFR) (Yan DotonTsafe) Emir of Tsafe
  39. Alhaji Aliko Dangote and his esteemed associates – Chairman Dangote Group of Companies
  40. Alhaji Aminu Dantata
  41. Alhaji Kashim Bukar Shettima – Chairman Barbedos Group
  42. Alhaji Abdulsamad Isyaka Rabiu – Chairman BUA Group, Nigeria
  43. Tijjani Zubairu Rabiu
  44. Alhaji Ishaq Rabiu Ishaq
  45. Alhaji Rabiu Ishaq Rabiu
  46. Families of Late Sheikh Dr. Aminuddeen Abubakar – Leader Daawah Group of Nigeria, Kano represented by Ustaz Muhammad Aminuddeen Abubakar
  47. Imam Mohamed Magid – President Islamic Society of North America
  48. Professor Imrana Umar
  49. Alhaji Abdullahi Muktar Muhammad – Chairman/CEO National Hajj Commission of Nigeria
  50. Alhaji Ibrahim Jega – Executive Secretary Abuja National Mosque
  51. Alhaji Sani Sambo, Lagos
  52. Alhaji Garba Abdu Ganga – Managing Director Prime Functions Consultants Ltd. Abuja
  53. Alhassan Ibrahim – Managing Director Biba Hospital Matazu Road, Kaduna
  54. Alhaji Ibrahim k Muhammad – Security Consultant, Abuja
  55. Jama’atu Nasril Islam represented by its Secretary General Dr. Khalid Aliyu
  56. Alhaji GarbaDeen Muhammad – Chairman Information and Documentary Committee
  57. Alhaji Dan Baba Marafa (MagajinGarinSokoto)
  58. Professor Mohamed Osman – Islamic Studies Faculty, Africa University, Suadan
  59. DIG Uba Ringim (rtd) – Chairman Security Committee
  60. Alhaji Ibrahim Dabo Bujawa – Secretary Finance Committee
  61. Elder Alhaji Saidu Mai Siminti, Abuja – Accomodation Committee Member
  62. Sheikh Abubakar Giro Argungu – Chairman Open-Air Preaching Committee
  63. Alhaji Abdullahi Abdulmalik Diggi – Chairman Transportation and Accommodation Committee
  64. Alhaji Inuwa Baba – Chairman Protocols Committee
  65. Ibrahim Muhammad Jalo – Chairman Capacity Building Committee
  66. Muntaqa Rabe Darma– Chairman Moderators Committee
  67. Taufiq Abubakar Husain
  68. Sani Ayagi
  69. Rabiu Birnin kudu
  70. Abdullahi Muhd Getso
  71. Sheikh Rabiu Umar Musa
  72. Sheikh Abdulqadir saleh kazaure
  73. Alhaji Umar Faruk Musa – Vision FM Abuja
  74. Alhaji Ibrahim Baba Suleiman – JIBWIS Social Media Director
  75. Mustafa Sitti – Director JIBWIS Aid Group (Yan Agaji)
  76. Jibril Salihu – Federal College of Education, Yola.
  77. Muhammad Muzzammil Bashir – Major Academy Limited, Kaduna
  78. Numerous Security Agencies (DSS, the Nigerian Police e.t.c)
  79. Abubakar Ismail Shika – Department of Islamic Studies A.B.U Zaria
  80. Lawal Tambaya Ahmad – Department of Islamic Studies A.B.U Zaria
  81. Abdullahi Danyaro Shika – Department of Islamic Studies A.B.U Zaria
  82. Salisu Abdullahi Bakori
  83. Ahmad Sahoub El Gammad – Executive Director TAMIYYUS Islamic Organization, Cairo Egypt
  84. Tamir Ali Zaalu – Project Manager TAMIYYUS Islamic Organization, Cairo Egypt
  85. KhalifanTijjaniyya kuma Babban Mai Hidima ta Al-Qur’ani Sheikh Isyaka Rabiu– Head of Tijjaniyya Order Worldwide. He sent a very large high-level delegation
  86. Imam Nasiru Adam – Chief Imam Sheikh Ahmad Tijjani Mosque, Kano
  87. Sheikh Tijjani Bala Kalarawi and his esteemed delegation
  88. Sheikh Shehu Shehu Mai Hula, Kano
  89. Sheikh Qaribullah Sheikh Nasiru Kabara and his esteemed large delegation – Head of Qadiriyyah Doctrine, West Africa
  90. Sheikh Tajuddeen Al-Sheikh and a delegation of 35 leaders from the Federation of AhlusSunnah in the South West
  91. Barrister NafiuBabaAhmed – Secretary General Supreme Council for Sharia Implementation in Nigeria
  92. Sheikh Bello Yabo, Sokoto
  93. Sheikh AbubakarJibrin – Chief Imam Farfaru Mosque, Sokoto
  94. Sheikh Abubakar Abdullahi Treta
  95. Sheikh Musa Dokwura
  96. Imam Adam Idoko – Chief Imam University of Nigeria NSUKKA
  97. Sheikh Abdul Jalil Togo and his delegation – Chairman League of AhlusSunnah in West Africa (LASWA)
  98. Sheikh Khamil – Deputy Chairman League of AhlusSunnah in West Africa (LASWA)
  99. Sheikh Muhammad Umar and his delegation – World Muslim League Representative, Ghana.
  100. Sheikh Umar Ibrahim and his delegation – Chairman AhlusSunnahwalJama’a, Ghana
  101. Sheikh Jibrin Abubakar Cot devoir and his delegation
  102. Imam Abdullahiand his delegation – Chief Imam  Malik Mosque Niamey, Niger Republic
  103. Sheik Mahmud Usman Niamey and his esteemed delegation – Chaiman Council of Ulama’a, KitabwaSunnah, Niger Republic
  104. Sheikh Ahmad Lemu and his esteemed delegation – Chairman Islamic Education Trust, Minna
  105. Patiga Musa Al-Faruoq and his delegation – Representative of World Muslim League in Cot devoir
  106. Sa’id Silla, Mali – Secretary General of Muslim Scholars of West Africa
  107. Ahmad Burhan Comoros Island                                                                                                                  Paper Presenters
  108. Sa’eed Sella, Secretary General , Union of African Muslim Scholars , Mali
  109. Khalid Abubakar Aliyu. Federal University Jos, Nigeria
  110. Ahmad Muhammad Louh,  Dean of African College for Islamic Studies- Senegal
  111. Mohammed Muslim Ibrahim, Deputy V. C.  Al- Qalam University, Katsina State, Nigeria
  112. Bashir Aliyu Umar, Director, Centre of Interfaith Dialogue, Bayero University Kano, Nigeria
  113. Abdulqadir Sulaiman Muhammad, University of Abuja, Nigeria
  114. Muhammad Sani Umar Musa,Bayero  University Kano, Nigeria
  115. Abdul Razzaq Abdul-Majeed Alaro, University of Ilorin, Nigeria
  116. Sheikh Imam Mohamed Majid (Adam director of the Islamic Center – the United States of America)
  117. Salusu Shehu, Director Institute of Continuing Education, Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria
  118. Isah Mai Shanu, Usman Dan Fodio University, Sokoto, Nigeria
  119. Muhammad Alhaji Abubakar, University of Maiduguri, Nigeria
  120. Sani Abdullahi Jos, Usman Dan Fodio University, Nigeria
  121. Yahya Abdullah Ahmad, Member, Union of African Muslim Scholars, Chad
  122. Sa’eed Burhan, President of Union of African Muslim Scholars, Comoros Islands
  123. Muhammad Qaddam SidqIssa, Researcher in International Issues, United Arab Emirates
  124. Muhammad Babangida Muhammad, Deputy Director, Centre of Interfaith Dialogue,  Bayero University, Kano Nigeria
  125. Mansur Ibrahim,  Usman Dan Fodio University, Sokoto, Nigeria
  126. Abubakar Muhammad Sani,  Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Nigeria
  127. Muhammad Usman Abdullahi, Inter National African University Sudan, Khartoum, Sudan
  128. African Development Foundation
  129. Africa Youth Growth Foundation (AYGF)
  130. Japan International Cooperation Agency
  131. British Council
  132. Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)
  133. World Bank, Nigeria Office
  134. United Nations of Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
  135. United Nations Development Program (UNDP)
  136. United States Agency For International Development (USAID)
  137. United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF)
  138. African Development Bank (AFDB) Nigeria Office
  139. Numerous Women Organizations
  140. Delegation from Senegal
  141. Delegation from the Republic of Sudan
  142. Nigeria Labor Congress
  143. Nigerian Union of Journalists
  144. Nigerian Guild of Editor
  145. Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture
  146. Nigerian Society of Engineers
  147. Association of National Accountants of Nigeria
  148. Nigerian Medical Association
  149. Nigerian Army Officers Wives Association
  150. Academic Staff Union of Universities
  151. The National Union of Road Transport Workers
  152. Archdiocese of Abuja
  153. Nigerian Bar Association of Nigeria
  154. Tony Blair Foundation
  155. Women in Da’awah Abuja
  156. Federation of Muslim Women Association in Nigeria  (FOMWAN) Abuja
  157. Jam’iyyatul Birri Women Association,Bauchi
  158. Initiative for Muslim Women of Nigeria  (IMWON), Kaduna
  159. Rural Education Foundation,Jigawa
  160. Nana Asma’u Women Centre
  161. Muslim Sisters Organization (MSO), Jigawa
  162. Qismud Da’awa of Nurul Huda, Gwagwalada,
  163. Ummahatul Mu’mineen, Kano
  164. Khalid Bin Walid, Kano
  165. AFEMAI Islamic Movement
  166. Abuja Muslim Forum
  167. Islam Education Trust, Abuja
  168. Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC), Abuja
  169. Child to Child Charity, Abuja
  170. Ummah Da’awah, Nasarawa
  171. Mujahid Muslim Women Association,Minna, Niger State
  172. Muslim Sisters Forum, Kaduna
  173. An Nisa Foundation, Abuja
  174. Association of Muslim Women of Africa (AMWA), Kano
  175. Abuja Muslim Professionals in Da’awah(MPD)
  176. Ummuna Aisha, Kano
  177. Nissa’us Sunah Fidda’awah, Abuja
  178. Jama’atud Da’awah, Abuja
  179. Al Ansaar Charity, Abuja
  180. Gentlemen of the Press notably Manara TV and Radio, Nigerian Television Authority, DITV Alheri Radio Kaduna, Nagarta Radio, Voice of America, BBC Hausa, FRCN, Daily Trust Newspaper, Leadership Newspaper, Vision FM Abuja.
    Full Courtesies to Nasiru Adamu El-Hikaya and GarbaDeen Muhammad.Salute to the social media which provided intimate coverage.
  181. Ibrahim Ibzar Jos – Manara Printers
  182. Bashir Isyaku – Conference Secretary
  183. Ibrahim Abdullahi Sani Rijiyar Lemo – Deputy Conference Secretary
  184. Muhammad Kabir Saulawa – Member Secretariat
  185. Retired Permanent Secretary Ahmad Yaya Bauchi – Member Secretariat
  186. Sheikh Abubaka rAbdussalam BabanGwale–Assistant Conference Secretary
  187. Sheikh Ibrahim Idris Zakariyya Jos – Member Secretariat
  188. Malan Musa Isa – Special Assistant
  189. Malan Usman Funtua – Special Assistant