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Ilaro Dil’a organises Atfal Day Celebration


By Abdul Roqeeb O.

Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya, Ilaro Dila has organized Atfal Day Celebration at Tourist Village, Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro on 28th April, 2019.

The Atfal dressed in their sparkling white uniform and gathered at Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at Mosque, Orita to commence an endurance trek to the venue.

The walk began as they passed through Olorunkemi Road to Poly Express down to Federal Poly, singing songs of praise and raising the slogan of Islam and Jama’at-ul-Ahmadiyya.

The first lecturer, Muallim Sulaiman Ogunkanmi drilled the topic “Ahmadiyya And What It Entails”, while explaining the reason for the defence of Ahmadiyya.

He dabbed into the details of how Atfal was established and what was expected of a Tifl.

At the end of the lecture, some Atfal were asked questions about their meetings and they responded positively and excellently.

The second lecturer discussed the topic “What I Want To Become In Future?”

The topic was an interactive session. He challenged the children not to think of becoming a musician, though could become doctor, lawyer, engineer.

He concluded by giving thanks to Almighty Allah that no child had been accused of indulging in bad thing before, as he advised them to abstain from all bad habits and prayed extensively for them.

Pa Abdus Salam, the chairman of the event, appreciated the effort of the Majlis for organizing such a wonderful programme.

Members of Lajna and other dignitaries also sent their kudos to the Majlis for the successful programme.

The Dila Qaid, Bro Abdul Azeez Adeniji, in his vote of thanks, appreciated the dignitaries for honoring the invitation and for their immense donations towards the success of the programme.

He urged the Majlis not to relent on its efforts on the Atfal and appreciated Ilaro Jama’at for making the programme a real one.

After a while, the children were conveyed to the Tourist Centre to have a glance at animals: monkeys, crocodile, birds and lots more.

The children also engaged in some games like table tennis, scrabble, ludo, play station, swinging, climbing and so on.

At the end of the programme, 267 Atfal, 54 Khuddam, 9 Ansarullah, 10 Lajna members participated in the event.


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