About Us

The Federation of Muslim Women’s Associations in Nigeria was registered and consequently launched at the National level in Minna, Niger State on 12th of October, 1985 as a virile, strong and formidable rallying point for all Muslim women in Nigeria.

The 23rd of February, 1986 was the date for the launch of Lagos State Chapter at the famous citadel of learning, University of Lagos, Akoka. The association forthwith, become the umbrella body for all Muslim Women Group in Lagos State. With great thanks to Almighty Allah, the Association which started with very few number of women and organizations has today grown into a giant association with over 800 affiliate mosques in Lagos State with branches in all Local Government Areas.



Hours Of Dawah


Aims and Objectives

  • Promoting and support education at all levels (especially the Girl Child Education)
  • Propagation and promotion of Islam and ensuring proper child upbringing (Tarbiyyah)
  • Uniting and coordinating Muslim Women Organizations with a view to developing women children
  • Serving as liaison body between Muslim Women and the Government and ensuring that their views take position on issues of National Interest, especially those that affect women and children
  • Networking with other organizations with common interest in National Development and socio-economic activities.


Alhaja Sherifat Oluwatoyin Ajagbe

State Amirah

Alhaja Amudat Moji Olanipekun

Naibatul Amirah

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Dr. (Mrs) Fadeelah Folashade Iyanda

General Secretary

Alhaja Bilquees Toyin Adekoya

Public Relation Officer

Alhaja Ganiyat Olabisi Ayomaya Oyeniyi

MFinancial Secretary

Alhaja Modinat Oritoke Dodo


Barrister Mutiat Orolu Balogun

Legal Officer I

Barrister Fausat Smith-Salu

Legal Officer II

Alhaja Rahmotalah Olaniyan


Dr. (Mrs.) Halima S. Egberongbe

Ex-Officio I