“And if Allah touches thee with affliction, none can remove it but He: But if He bestows upon you a favour, remember that He is the Possessor of every power to do all that He wills.”
(Qur’an 6:17)



MPAC launched the Sekhina Project in 2009 as one of our social outreach projects to provide world class care and treatment for indigent and needy Muslim and non-Muslim members of the Nigerian society that have been falling through the cracks. The Sekhina Fund provides Muslims a chance to have a personal impact on others. To be someone’s dream and the means to realize the dream. The Project and the Fund are dedicated to serve humanity, and through this many generous Muslim Nigerians have been helping their brothers and sisters, Muslims and non Muslims. Through the generous donation of Muslim Nigerians, many Nigerian families have realized their dreams of full recovery after much suffering and living in despair.

Since its inception in 2009, the Sekhina Fund has risen to be the most trusted and most popular Muslim project looking after the sick in Nigeria, and it has served more than 35 people from all backgrounds- providing free medical treatments in Nigeria and overseas. Each day the Sekhina team, all medical professionals and volunteers, work on your behalf, to give HOPE and LOVE to people that have the least chance of medical treatments in our society. We thank Allah for granting us success in the work that we do on behalf of the Nigerian Muslim community.

The Sekhina project operates a 100% donation policy.


2009 Beneficiaries

2010 Beneficiaries




Bro Qudus Ali

  • Spinal cord case
  • Evaluated at LASUTH
  • Evacuated to India for surgery
  • Post-surgery stem cell injection
  • Back in Nigeria – Had four months aggressive physiotherapy, which included providing:
    • dedicated physiotherapist for the four months period
    • feeding arrangement for the four months period
    • provided orthopedic bed, blanket, bedsheets, exercise mat, standing board and muscle stimulator to aid recuperation
  • Hand over to family
  • Costs: Trip to India and back & Treatments in India: N3,139,373; Post surgery/recuperation: N327,000
  • A medical practitioner described his current recuperation level as some sort of miracle to be celebrated as it is rare to her knowledge.

  • He has continued the exercise regimen, supervised by the physiotherapist. With a belt strapped to the back he is now able to stand while holding an object.

  • He can now remain in standing position for up to 10 hours a day. Bro Qudus said he is very hopeful and optimistic that insha Allah he would at some point in future be able to make use of his limbs.
  • Said the physio mentioned that were it not for the length of time (2005 – 2008) before the evacuation intervention came, he probably would have been walking by now.

Bro. Abdul Rasheed
Bro. Rasheed Odesanmi, a 200L Zoology student of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife had an accident a few years ago which caused injuries to his spinal cord. Since then, he has been on wheel chair. Because the lower part of his body is dead, he does not feel any need to change position while sitting etc
  • Spinal cord case
  • Payment for medical test – Amount: N185,000.00

Bro. Abdul Rahman
Brother Abdurrahman Yusuf Ali- a 29years old committed Muslim brother from Kaduna State was involved in an auto accident while on his way to deliver lecture at an Islamic function at MSS Kebbi State University on the 29th November 2008. He suffered multiple spinal cord injury.
Case Treatment

  • Ran a campaign concurrently with other Muslim groups

  • Sekhina provided counterpart funding of N584,000.00


Bro Mushafau Oke Adebayo

The Sekhina Project assisted Brother Mushafau Oke Adebayo seek part of the 1.5Million Naira he needed to enable him seek urgent medical treatment to treat a 3-year old chest ailment.



Aisha Dikko

Aisha had lost her left eye to cancer a year ago and the dreaded ailment was going to eat up her right eye (the only eye remaining) Urgent medical operation was required to save the second eye and the sum of 1 Million Naira was required.

Sekhina’s Action;

  • Started a campaign

  • Pledged and provided counterpart funding of: N630,850.00


Sister Mujidat Abdulsallam

Spinal cord case: In 2007, Sister Mujidat, a staff nurse at the Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital Zaria, became Patient NO: 064986 at the hospital where she had worked and cared for the sick. With multiple injuries involving blunt chest trauma and thoracic spinal injuries with associated inability to move her lower limbs and loss of sensation. She was admitted semiconscious at the hospital after an auto accident along the Kaduna-Zaria road that left her spinal cord fragmented.
Running a campaign concurrently with other Muslim groups. In addition to donations raised directly into the Abdulsallam Rehabilitation Committee’s account, MPAC was able to raise the sums of N787,391.20, €140.00, $478.97 & £685.89. Thanks to Almighty Allah and the generosity of all donors, the sister is right on her way to receive the treatments she desperately needs.


Donate to the Sekhina Fund

Kindly donate generously to the Sekhina Fund and help more people that are already on the waiting list. You may donate Zakat money into this Fund as money collected into the Fund shall be used exclusively for the sick who need help- insha Allah.

Donors from other countries may send mail to


Do you or someone you know need to apply to Sekhina? Download Sekhina Application Form below:


Contact Sekhina Team

Phone: +234 806 912 8857 E-mail:



They ask thee what they should spend (in charity). Say: Whatever you spend that is good, is for parents and kindred and orphans and those in want and for wayfarers. And whatever you do that is good, (Allah) knoweth it well. [Holy Qur’an 2:215]


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