Abibakr As-Sidiq Philanthropic Home

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Abibakr As-Sidiq Philanthropic Home
MottoGiving hope to vulnerable Nigerians and West-Africans
FounderMallam AbdulRazzaq Ibrahim Salman
Nonprofit organization
HeadquartersIlorin, Nigeria
Region served
West Africa
Official language
Mallam AbdulRazzaq Ibrahim Salman
Chairman Board of Trustees
Dr Abdullah Omar Nasseef
AffiliationsWorld Muslim Congress

Abibakr As-Sidiq philanthropic Home is an Islamic charitable organisation based in Nigeria. It was founded in 1998 by Mallam AbdulRazzaq Ibrahim Salman under the mentorship of Dr Abdullah Omar Nasseef.[1] [2] The organisation was created to give hope to vulnerable Nigerians and West-Africans with its primary objective as providing aid and relief to less privileged people in Nigeria and West Africa regardless of their religious belief or political affiliation. Abibakr As-Sidiq Philanthropic Home partners with other international organisations in various activities to achieve its primary goals. The organisation is a member of the International Islamic Council for Da'wah and Relief.[3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]

Affiliated Organisation

Abibakr As-Sidiq Philanthropic Home has affiliations with the following organisations

  • World Muslim Congress - Saudi Arabia
  • International Islamic Council for Da'wah and Relief - Cairo, Egypt
  • Muslim World League - Saudi Arabia

Focus Areas

The Organisation carries out activities in the following areas;

  • Education
  • Healthcare Services
  • Emergency Aid and Relief
  • Islamic Festive Period Assistance
  • Environmental Services
  • Islamic Conferences
  • Sponsoring Orphans and Widows
  • Building Mosques

See Also

  • Islam in Nigeria


  1. "Chairman of the Board's Message".
  2. https://alanba.com.kw/592438
  3. "بيت أبي بكر الصديق الخيري - المجلس الإسلامي العالمي للدعوة والإغاثة". www.iicdr.com.
  4. Babs, Babamale Babatunde (May 23, 2020). "Message from the President of Abibakr As-Sidiq Philanthropic Home on the occasion of this year's…". Medium.
  5. "Abibakr As-Sidiq Philanthropic Home, No1 Adegboye street off awolowo road tanke, Ilorin (2020)". www.findglocal.com.
  6. "Muslim cleric condemns attacks on Saudi". September 23, 2019.
  7. Press, Princewill. "Abibakr As-sidiq Philanthropic Home". Factual Times.
  8. "PressReader.com - Your favorite newspapers and magazines". www.pressreader.com.
  9. "Abibakr As-Sidiq Philanthropic Home - YouTube". www.youtube.com.
  10. https://allafrica.com/stories/200408161595.html

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