Prominent Islamic female group, the Sisters of Jannah, Ilorin Zone, on Sunday took to some communities in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital, to sensitize the people on imperative of early detection of breast cancer.

The goal of the commendable selfless community activity is to “close the care gap”.

The program was strategically organized via a WALK around the emirate main market, Oja Oba, through the Central Mosque, Gegele and back to Oja Oba roundabout. Members of the group were seen distributing flyers with sensitization talks with women, men and children on early detection to save lives.

The 2022 cancer awareness program is said to be one out of many community services “done and delivered” by the Muslim sisters.


In October, the Ilorin zone of Sisters of Jannah, driven with passion to alleviate poverty and care for the needy in the society, put smiles on the faces of some school children with torn uniforms, some without bags, shoes and other essential school items.

Some of these children are orphans or kids staying with their aged grandparents that cannot afford basic school materials.

A total of 80 school bags, 50 female uniforms, 30 male uniforms were given out to the children. The sisters also gifted school socks, pairs of sandals and canvasses to outstanding students in primary classes.

The group had also earlier in the year distributed food items to the aged and needy within communities in Ilorin.

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According to the group, their focus is aimed at taking care of the aged, the needy and the orphans.  The sisters said, “How can we get it wrong when we are looking for the truly impoverished?  Alhamdullahi for the guidance from Allah.  Alhamdullahi for the contentment.

“We aren’t super rich monetarily. Far from it but the passion to change the narration positively is burning. The passion to alleviate poverty each year drives us to empty our accounts to ensure we feed as many poor in our community as humanly possible.”

“Alhamdulilah robil alamin for the success of ilorin zone 2022 cancer awareness program.”


Our Mission- We Educate, Empower and Enlighten

Sisters of Jannah is a support charitable organisation formed in 2016 with CAC Registration No: 99148. The group supports  women; with membership cutting across all over the world, Muslim women in Nigerian forming the main membership as the group is domiciled in Nigeria with zones spread nationwide with sparse membership living abroad and overseas.

Furthermore, SOJ is a formal structured organisation under the laws of our land with a constitution binding our actions. Sisters of Jannah Organisation is a non-profit organisation   focused on the Islamic values of fairness, service to others, and community building. SOJ core focus areas are development of women leaders, fostering community service, mentoring women to build confidence, and empowering the community through awareness and action on social issues.

The mission statement of our organisation defines our vision. For the last three years we have been working on eradicating poverty, impacting knowledge to women, visiting orphanages in the nation, decongesting prisons,   paying hospital bills for women, children and down trodden in the society, empowering women through various  skills acquisitions schemes nationwide, caring for widows, divorcees and singles by providing financial grants for Rehabilitation, Ramadan care through provision of foodstuffs to the very poor and street feeding . Payment of school fees for orphans and  sponsorship of education of children in rural villages. Cancer awareness and eradication campaigns, education on child and sexual abuse in  secondary schools, building of wells in villages, renovation of mosques and visitation to IDP camps through Mopping up of our homes, provision of marriage  counselling and matchmaking services and entrepreneurship trainings  and many more.

Recently 500,000 was distributed by Jaiz to SISTERS of Jannah members by equipping them with resources to earn livelihood.

We have Tahajjud Chatrooms where we wake members up to pray Tahajjud. We also had free cancer screening in all our active zones in Nigeria. We are currently mobilizing to build a mosque in Abuja. Masha ALLAH

Action plan- setting up few service centres and an office (Abuja) so that people requiring help can reach us at any instant

Recently, SOJ had her formal inaugural and magazine launching in Abuja which was highly successful. This  was in order to continue the great charitable work we have already embarked upon and further create more positive public awareness campaign to do even more. SOJ  unveiled herself to the public. Having existed as a group on Facebook with a membership of 190,000 and growing rapidly. SOJ is poised to be the best Muslimah group in our contemporary times with laudable visions and accomplishment within a short period of existence. We have excellent  educative, enlightenment and  empowerment charitable projects we have executed across the nation.

At Sisters of Jannah, we hope to Develop, Serve, and Mentor our fellow mothers, sisters, daughters, aunt, and Muslims in the ummah.

By contributing and participating in SOJ, you will not only help us accomplish a goal for the ummah but also assist members of our community (less privileged), save lives and continue to execute charitable projects worldwide.



SOJ striving for Jannah