A delegation of a Muslim group, The Criterion has joined the growing list of groups and individuals that have visited Rizqoh Abdulazeez, also known as The blue eyed lady since her story surfaced on the internet.
The Kwara District of the group, led by the Amirah, paid a courtesy visit to Abdulazeez and her parents at their Aiyegbami residence in Ilorin, Kwara State capital.
The faith based team said that they discussed issues around a viral picture which showed Abdulazeez and her two daughters without hijab.
The group also harped on the uniqueness of her blue eyes as a gift from Allah, her relationship with her husband and the need to be steadfast in Islam.
“We met the family as good Muslims and they assured us of their steadfastness in the deen and nothing will tamper with their deen.
“We admonished her about the consequence of the picture she took without Hijab.
“She claimed naivety of its implication and we advised her strongly that she should not henceforth allow her photograph to be taken by anyone, if anyone want to help they should do it fisebilillaah and she should not in any circumstance remove her hijab again,” they stated.
While urging the family to remain steadfast and manage their sudden fame, the group pledged to provide financial support in their subsequent visits.