- Hafizah Fatima Musa, a 14-year-old girl has memorized the entire Holy Qur’an within four months
- The task is reported to usually take one year for others, especially those within Fatima's age range, to achieve
- The teenager is from a Muslim family in France and came to Nigeria along with her 18-year-old sister for Islamic education
Zaria, Kaduna state - A 14-year-old French girl named Hafizah Fatima Musa has set a record at Nurul Tilawah International School, Zaria, Kaduna state, by memorizing the Holy Qur’an within four months.
Legit.ng gathers that Fatima is from a Muslim family in France but came to Nigeria along with her 18-year-old sister, Anijou Musa, for Islamic knowledge.
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The school situated in Gonar Ganye, Zaria, has been receiving students from various African countries and Europe over the last 25 years.
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The proprietor is the former Special Adviser to former President Goodluck Jonathan on National Mosque, Tahir Umar Tahir.
We have never recorded such performance - School director
The director of the school, Nura Umar Tahir, said the college had never recorded such historical performance from any of their students since inception.
He explained that the lady memorized six pages daily from the beginning of her enrollment in September 2021 and later increased to eight pages a day contrary to the usual two to three pages by other students.
“Fatima is a highly exceptional girl, who though, is quiet and reserved in nature but also very inquisitive and curious and always questing for more knowledge.
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“She is fond of asking questions continuously and when she asked, the questions are usually too advanced for her age."
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Meanwhile, age is not an obstacle to achieving great feats in one's life. This was confirmed recently that it has nothing to do with good academic performance as four young students excelled where many graduates failed.
Legit.ng reported that the brilliant students who are 16 years old scored outstanding 8/9 in the IELTS results released on Friday, January 21, by the British Council.
This was disclosed on Saturday, January 22, by Saheed Oladele, the chief executive officer of Erudite Millennium Ltd, a foremost prevarsity for preparing Nigerians for Cambridge A' Level, SAT, IELTS, GRE and other foreign examinations, situated at Bodija area of Ibadan, the capital of Oyo state.