BACKGROUND INFORMATION OF THE MUSLIM PEACE NETWORK
The journey of Muslim Peace Network began in 2015 arising from Nigeria quest to find an in-depth understanding to the causes and solutions to the disappearance of peace and tolerance in our society. The level of civil unrest, agitation for resources and power has done more harm to the country, individuals and communities than its benefits.
Allah in His infinite mercy inspired Imam Hussain Makanjuola to discover that individuals and government efforts over the years were reactionary to the emerging state of insecurity but lack of PEACE EDUCATION in our society accounts for the major reason of what we witnessed today. Then the vision was conceived and that led to the birth of MUSLIM PEACE NETWORK on 17 February 2017. It attained full legal status on 29″ July 2020 when it was officially registered by Corporate Affairs Commission of Nigeria
Muslim Peace Network is a NON GOVERNMENTAL ORGANISATION
(NGO) formed with the object of advocating and carrying out peace education from the grassroots across ethnic divides to the social and elite Classes for peaceful co-existence and resolution of ethno-religion conflicts in Nigeria
To be among the leading organizations calling for peace, peaceful co-existence among humanities, nations and to render humanitarian service to the needy.
To work with schools. community leaders, religious groups, peace advocates, and the media to uphold societal peace by creating an enabling environment for the emergence of new breeds of leaders that will entrench culture of peace among, between and within ethnic and religious groups through peace education.
Love, Tolerance, Knowledge, Mutual understanding
On no OCcasion or under no Circumstance will Muslim Peace Network withhold its services, or programs for reasons related to race, color, nationality, ethnicity, religion, language, gender, opinion, political affiliation, wealth or social status of the parties.
Integrity & Trust
Muslim Peace Network is strongly committed to earning the trust and building The confidence of the populace and beneficiaries of ifs programs and services,