MPAC is an incorporated public service agency working for Muslim Defence, Muslim Empowerment and for promoting individual liberties, religious, civil and political rights of Muslims. MPAC is equally devoted to promoting the integration of Islam into the Nigerian pluralism, for a positive and constructive relationship between Nigerian Muslims and other elements in the society; building the Nigerian Muslim constituency to become an influential component in the Nigerian politics, at all levels of policy-making arena; and making Islamic ethical values available to the Nigerian political process. As an experienced and independent voice within the Nigerian Muslim community working for the good of the society, MPAC operates on the core Islamic values of justice, mercy, human dignity, freedom, sanctity of human life and equality for all. Read more
MPAC and NAZAS SIGNS MOU ON IDPs INTERVENTION PROJECT
On Friday, 29 January 2016, the Muslim Public Affairs Centre (MPAC) and the NASFAT Agency for Zakat and Sadaqah (NAZAS) executed an MOU with respect to intervening in the internally displaced persons (IDPs) crisis, occasioned by the Boko Haram insurgency in the North East of Nigeria.
The MPAC-NAZAS intervention project for the IDPs comprises the provision of aids and relief materials to be distributed at the camps in the insurgency epicentre of the North East and across Nigeria. >>>
Nigeria Police Chief Imams Pay a Courtesy Visit to MPAC
The chief Imams of Zone 2 Police Command (Lagos and Ogun) and Police College, Ikeja, paid a courtesy visit to the MPAC office in a show of solidarity and support for MPAC. They conveyed appreciation for the great works that MPAC does and seek collaboration with them for their constituency.
We appreciate their generosity of time and kind words of support and brotherhood. May Allah raise more of these men in our police force and in the nation, amin. Read more...
MPAC Participates in the GIABA's Workshop
GIABA is an institution of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) responsible for facilitating the adoption and implementation of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Counter-Financing of Terrorism (CFT) in West Africa. It is also a FATF-Styled Regional Body (FSRB) working with its member States States to ensure compliance with international AML/CFT standards.
The objectives of the workshop are to: (i) actively sensitise members of the civil society to their roles in combating the twin scourges of money laundering and terrorist financing, particularly that of taking the AML/CFT message to the grassroots; (ii) assist participants to advocate policy development on AML/CFT issues; and (iii) strengthen the network of CSOs to mount a holistic and aggressive campaign on AML/CFT. Read more...