#GSEPFINDER has a multi-purpose mission including (i) for finding and selecting love in healthy and halal ways (ii) for enriching sustainable interactions and (iii) for retaining our youths and singles in the Deen using love and relationships.
Please, join us as we explore some of the controversial and contextual Pre and Post marital-related questions including (i) How to find and select partners in healthy and halal ways? Thoughtful insights provided by our 1st Speaker Sheikh Nuruddeen Lemu and (ii) How we can sustain and survive in-laws related challenges, expectations, and struggles? Critical perspectives provided by our 2nd Speaker Ustadh Ismail AbdulSalam
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GSEPFINDER Family, Love, & Interactions: Promises & Challenges
Meet the Global Speakers
Mr. Muhammad Nuruddeen Lemu is the Director of Research and Training at the Da’wah Institute of Nigeria (DIN), Islamic Education Trust (IET) in Minna, Nigeria. He develops, facilitates and conducts train-the-trainers courses in enhancing inter-faith dialogue and engagement, intra-faith cooperation, responding to various forms of religious extremism among Muslims, and promoting faith-based critical thinking – “Shari’ah Intelligence”.
He is a Director of several organizations including: Lotus Capital (Halal Investments) Limited, the Development Initiative of West Africa (DIWA), and a co-founder of the Inter-Faith Activity and Partnership for Peace (IFAPP). He holds various positions on a number of other organisations that focus on issues related to social welfare, government policy, education, business, sustainable development, environment, leadership, family life, youth empowerment and gender equity.
Mr. Lemu has trained and given talks to students, lecturers, youth and community leaders in over 30 countries, and he has moderated, presented and produced more than two hundred radio and television programmes. He was nominated by the Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) to represent the Nigerian Muslim Leadership at the National Conference (CONFAB 2014), and his advice on issues related to violent extremism, religious intolerance and interfaith relations is regularly sought by various national and international agencies.
He is a Fellow of Aspen Leadership Institute (ALI) and member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network (AGLN), Colorado, USA; a Fellow of the King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz International Centre for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue (KAICIID), Vienna, Austria, and of the Africa Leadership Initiative – West Africa (ALIWA). He holds a MSc. in Resource Management from Edinburgh University, UK, and a bachelor’s degree in Agriculture from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria.
His personal motto is “Growth and contribution with compassion, wisdom, faith and fun”.
A Lead Missionary at NASFAT, Shomolu-Bariga. He is a Clergy/Missionary Worker, and a Teacher. Also, he is a Spiritual/Religious Leader. Ustadh Ismail studied Arabic Language at Lagos State University (LASU). He is the Acting President of the Alumni Association of the Thaqafatul Islamiyyah College, Cele-Nica, Ojo, Lagos. He is the Mufti of Imoore & Apapa Kingdom.
His personal motto and philosophy of life: Determination makes success. If you cannot get what you want (at a particular time) appreciate what you have.
Based on her diverse educationist role within the education sector, she is identified as E.A.S.E. This defines her as an Entrepreneurship Expert, Academic Scholar, Strategist, and Entrepreneur/Educator. She is the Founding Executive Director of the leading contemporary E-educational programmes Global Self-Education Platform (GSEP).
She is an Author. Her most recent books are entitled “Global Corporate Entrepreneurship: Perspectives, Practices, Principles, & Policies” (Volumes 1 & 2) and Global Business Hybridization: Perspectives, Practices, Principles, & Policies” (Volume 3).
Her motto: “Be the best you can with ease, Lord’s Will and Grace”