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Apata District visits Prison, donates items to Inmates

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Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya, Apata Dil’a has paid a welfare visit to the inmates of Agodi Prison in Ibadan, Oyo State on 24th January,  2018 with provision items.

The team of seven Majlis members was led by Dil’a Qaid, Bro Muftau Hussein.

The Dil’a Qaid, while speaking with the inmates from cell to cell, encouraged them not to be despaired of the mercy of Allah and eschew acts that could take them into custody when they are eventually released.

In the same vein, Oyo State Umumi (Special Duties) Officer, Bro Ahmed Akinode also advised the inmates to have a positive outlook towards life and encouraged them to look up to Almighty Allah for a brighter future after serving their terms.

Thereafter, prayers were offered with some of the Inmates in the Prison mosque and items comprising toiletries, clothes and Jama’at books were presented to them.

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