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Welfare: Etsako District visits bereaved family

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By Abu Isa Sulaiman

Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya, Etsako District has paid a condolence visitation to the bereaved family of Barrister Rizwan Muhammed on 23rd December, 2018.

The members traveled to the family in Benin City to console him, his family and the Jama’at for the loss of his son, Barr. AbdulWahab Muhammad.

The welfare visit was paid by 4 Khuddam, 4 Ansarullah and 1 Lajna.

In the course of the visit, some tokens were given to the family.

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