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STCC: Osogbo Dil’a sensitizes 86 students, holds Mini-Ijtema


Flagging off the Stop the Crime Campaign at Carrier Building College, Osogbo on 16th March, 2017, The Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya, Osogbo Dil’a has sensitized 86 students on danger effects of crime and criminal activities with a view to safeguarding their future.

The 5-man Majlis team was led by Naib Dil’a Qaid, Bro. Saheed Alawode. Meanwhile, The Students and School management appreciate the Majlis for this initiative and requested that such programme should be planned and executed on quarterly basis.

The School Principal donated token to the purse of Majlis to show his appreciation on the programme. Gift was also presented to some students after the programme based on their good conducts during the presentation.

The Dil’a also held its Mini-Ijtema at Ilobu Central Mosque between 3rd and 5th March, 2017 in which six Muqameen were represented. All Muqameen competed in both educational and sporting events in preparation for the National Ijtema to come up in April in Ikirun, Osun State.

The Symposium was witnessed by the Circuit President, Osogbo Jama’at President, Nazim Ansarullah, Missionary Alli, Alhaji and Alhaja Olu Lawal while Bro. Taofeeq Abdus Salam delivered a lecture on the theme of 2017 ijtema “Equity, Justice and Good Conscience – The True Creative Principles”.

A courtesy visit was paid to His Royal Highness of Ilobu Land. He appreciated the visitation and request for Jama’at’s constant visit to his palace and cooperation between them.

56 members of Majlis Khudam participated in the Mini-Ijtema.


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