It's Forbidden in Islam: Nigerian Student Builds Adorable Statue of Aisha Yesufu as Project, Many React

It's Forbidden in Islam: Nigerian Student Builds Adorable Statue of Aisha Yesufu as Project, Many React

  • A statue of activist and businesswoman Aisha Yesufu has been built by a Nigerian student identified as Omoregie Emmanuel
  • The young man, who is an admirer of Aisha's activism, built the statue as part of his requirements for the award of B.A in Fine and Applied Arts
  • Many Nigerians have taken to social media to react to the beautiful statue as some pointed out that it is forbidden in Islam

A young Nigerian student identified as Omoregie Emmanuel has built a statue of activist and businesswoman Aisha Yesufu.

Just Event Online reports that Omoregie built the statue as part of his requirements for the award of B.A in Fine and Applied Arts.

It's forbidden in Islam: Many react as Nigerian student builds adorable statue of Aisha Yesufu as project
Omoregie Emmanuel built a statue of Aisha Yesufu and got many talking on social media. Photo credit: Just Event Online
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The young man chose to build Aisha's statue to appreciate her for her activism in recent times. Omoregie unveiled the adorable statue on Friday, August 6.

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In the photos that were shared on social media, the statue strikes the popular pose of Aisha as it raises a Nigerian flag in the air.

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Many react to the statue

Awodeji Oluremi said:

"This is commendable, congratulations Aisha."

Yahaya Mohammed commented:

"This is unIslamic believe, it's forbidden!"

Waheed Qodir wrote:

"She deserved it."

Khadeejat AbdulGaniy Olabisi said:

"Statue is forbidden in Islam."

I wooed my husband: Aisha Yesufu advises single women

Legit.ng previously reported that Aisha Yesufu revealed that she wooed her husband herself.

The mother of two stated that she always advises women in their 30s and upwards not to wait until a man approaches them before they get married.

According to her, women should approach men they like and ask for their hand in marriage.

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She said:

"On the advice I give young women is that they should stop waiting for a man to come and meet them. You are more than 30 and going into your 40s and 50s and you say you are waiting for a man to come and woo you. How will that happen. It doesn't matter even if you are older than him. The matter of marriage is serious. So, don't just sit down and wait for anyone that comes your way."

Source: Legit Newspaper

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