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The work, “Practices and Rites Among Ijebu Muslims of Ogun State: Islamic View” distinguishes between Islamic rules (aḥkām) and customary practices.
It shows the extent at which Islamic Ordinance (Shari'ah) accommodates customary practices that are not inimical to the fundamental tenets of Islam.
The Ordinance is used as benchmark to critically view “rites of passage” i.e.
naming (‘Aqīqah), marriage (Nikkāḥ) and burial (Janāzah)among the Muslims in Ijebuland of Ogun State in Nigeria.
The book, significantly, does not only show the robust nature, elasticity of the Islamic Ordinance and/or Law but also proves its dynamism in the contemporary era.
In the context of this work, by extension, it presupposes the gradual absorption of aspects of Yoruba culture by Islam.
Born in 1965 at Ijebu-Ode Ogun State, Nigeria.
Attended Ansar-Ud-Deen Primary School and Ansar-Ud-Deen High School, Isiwo-Ijebu between 1970 and 1983.
He proceeded to the University of Ilorin, Kwara State for his Bachelor's and Master's Degrees (1987 and 1995).
Obtained his Doctorate degree from Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos State in 2011.
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