230705 - Old Ardoise Koranic school board of the Hausa in Nigeria.
Old Slate Koranic school board of the Hausa in Nigeria.
The Nigerian Quran is a book that contains verses and passages that serve as a guide to the spiritual and moral life of Nigerians. It is one of the main sacred texts of Islam and its teachings are an important source of inspiration and spiritual guidance for Muslim and non-Muslim Nigerians. The verses of the Quran are considered the word of God and are considered the basis of the Muslim religion.
The verses of the Quran are divided into suras (chapters) and verses (verses). There are 114 suras and over 6,000 verses. Verses are generally divided into two categories: "media" verses and "subtle" verses. Media verses express messages that are more open and direct and speak to a wide audience. The subtle verses are deeper and more complex and speak to a smaller audience.
The Quran is considered the most important book in Islam and is an important source of inspiration and spiritual guidance for Nigerians. The verses of the Quran are considered the word of God and are highly respected and studied by Nigerians. The verses are often used to guide the behavior and decisions of Nigerians and are considered a source of wisdom and divine knowledge.