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MKA-Nigeria holds Waqar-e-Amal (Dignity of Labour) at Apata, Owode, Osogbo, others

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*L/Island Locality clears specks of dirt on road *Ilorin locality clears blocked drainage *Abidogun locality repairs damaged gutter.

Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya, Nigeria has held its National Waqar-e-Amal (Dignity of Labour) at Apata, Owode, Osogbo, Elere, Lagos Island, Ilorin and Abidogun to carry out various beneficial community development services.

At Apata Locality, the Majlis held its National Waqar-e-Amal at Noel Multipurpose Hall Street, along Abeokuta Road, Apata, Ibadan on 24th February, 2019.

A total number of 15 Majlis members engaged in the clearing of littered streets and burning of debris in the exercise that lasted for more than one hour.

The Qaid commended the efforts of members for deeming it fit to participate in the humanitarian service, while praying that Allah (swt)
accept the work as an act of Ibaadah.

At Owode District, the Dignity of Labour was held at Isale-Oro Community on 24th February, 2019 where a walk-over bridge was constructed to ease the free movement of people from one place to another.

The Majlis stormed the community with its working tools: digger, shovel, hand-trowel, head pan, carpenter bar, hammer and frame saw, among others to construct the walk-over bridge.

The community people were very happy for the work and appreciative of Majlis’ efforts to ensure unhindered transportation of people and goods.

While at Osogbo District, the Majlis held its Waqar-e-Amal at Alaba-Meta, Kobongbogboe, Osogbo on 24th February, 2019.

A team of eight Majlis members work undauntedly to clear gutters and fill potholes to allow free movement of vehicles on the road and passage of water in the gutter that links Alaba-Meta and Kobo communities together.

The residents of the community appreciated the impacts of the efforts of the Majlis in the humanitarian service.

Meanwhile, Elere Locality has marked its National Waqar-Amal (Dignity of Labour) by engaging in the clearing and parking of dilapidated structure at Oloko Road on 24th February, 2019.

No fewer than nine Khuddam and three Atfal participated in the service with their working materials: shovels, diggers, hammers and headpans.

The community members were elated with the service, just as they prayed for more power to the elbow of Majlis Khuddam.

In the same vein, Lagos Island Locality has held its community service/Waqar-e-Amal (Dignity of Labour) at Idumagbo Avenue on 24th February, 2019.

The Majlis went to the metropolis with shovels, take hand gloves and waste bags to clear dirts on the busy and dirty roads.

The community commended the efforts of Majlis for the voluntary job done and the latter also received commendations from Lagos State Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) as they were relieved of duty for that day.

At Ilorin Locality, not less than 30 people have participated in the Waqar-e-Amal (Dignity of Labour) organised on 24th February, 2019 in front of Kwara State Engineering House, Tanke, Ilorin.

The people, which comprise 27 Khuddam, two Ansarullah and a non-member, spent two and a half hours to complete the task.

According to the Qaid, the Majlis cleared a blocked drainage which when it rains, the water fills the road, making it difficult for both car owners and pedestrians to ply the road.

Meanwhile, Jama’at’s members who live close to the drainage site and community members eulogized the Majlis for the wonderful job done and for choosing the site for this year’s Waqar-e-Amal.

Few days after the work, it rained heavily and unlike before when the drainage was blocked and water would find its way through the main road, the water had a thorough passage.
The event was held using eight shovels and two diggers. However, the presence of Bro Jamiu Abdul Quadri, Muhtamin Umumi contributed to the significance of the programme.

At Abidogun Locality, the Dignity of Labour was held on 24th February, 2019 to repair a damaged gutter beside Atobatele Community, Abolade Area.

The work, which took not less than seven hours to complete, was undertaken by 24 Khuddam and one Atfal.

Meanwhile, the following materials were used for the success of the community work: four bags of cement; 85 pieces of blocks; four pieces of shovel; one piece of head pan; five buckets; one motor car; one motorcycle and one rake.

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