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Yobe State Emerges Winner of National Qur’anic Recitation Competition – NTA.ng – Breaking News, Nigeria, Africa, Worldwide

Abdulllah Bego: Yobe State has emerged winner of the 33rd National Qur’anic Recitation Competition which ended in Gombe a few days ago. 34 states of the federation participated in the competition.

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The overall winner in complete Qur’an recitation, Tajwid and Tafsir
(exegesis) was Tijjani Goni Mohammed Danbaba from Potiskum Local
Government area of the state.

Aisha Abdulmutallib, also from
Potiskum Local Government, emerged second nationwide in the female
category for complete Qur’an recitation, Tajwid and Tafsir.

Another female from Gujba Local Government area of Yobe State, Fatima
Suleiman won the fourth position in the 40-Hizf female category.

All three winners were presented with various gift offers for their
excellence in memorising and mastering the art and science of the
recitation of the Holy Qur’an.

Tijjani Goni Mohammed was
presented with a brand-new car and a cash prize of N500, 000.00 and will
represent the country in the International Qur’anic Recitation
Competition coming up in Saudi Arabia. Aisha Abdulmutallib won a cash
prize of N1.5 million while Fatima Suleiman got a cash prize of N300,

The Executive Secretary of the Yobe State Board for
Arabic and Islamic Education Mallam Mallema Abubakar, who coordinated
the state’s participation in the competition, said victory by Yobe
participants was possible because H.E Gov. Ibrahim Gaidam has shown
remarkable commitment in supporting the Board in its effort at promoting
Arabic and Qur’anic education in the state.


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