More than 100 Ahmadi members have attended the preaching (Tabligh) outreach held at Ayetoro, Ogun State, Nigeria.
It is the tradition of Ahmadi Muslim Youth (Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya), Ogun State to organise outreaches (preaching) at the hosting District during its monthly State Amila meeting.
The Tabligh themed “Significance of Ghulam Ahmad (as) to the Practice of Islam in the 21st Century” was delivered by Muallim Sharafadeen Owoyemi.
Muallim Owoyemi, in his lecture, highlighted the undisputed status of Allah, the One, Who was not begotten nor begets anyone.
He explained in details the condition of Arabians before Islam – how vices were rampant and other illegitimate acts practised by the Arabs before the advent of Islam.
He also enlightened the audience that although some sects in Islam denied the advent of Imam Mahdi (as), there are some of his teachings being practised by them and that Islam had already been perfected by Allah the Almighty even before the advent of the Promised Messiah (as).
He furthered explained that Mahdi (as) came as the just person to remove all immoral practices attached to the teachings of the Holy Prophet (saw).
Besides, he highlighted the impact of Imam Mahdi (as) on Islam, saying that Imam Mahdi came as the just judge (Hakaman Adla) over the bad things that have sneaked into the practices of Islam. He claimed to be the Promised Messiah and Mahdi having received revelations supporting his advent, yet some still disbelieve in him.
According to the lecturer, Imam Mahdi (as) has come and it is our great responsibility to follow him and his directives and teachings as he is a true prophet of God.
Meanwhile, while delivering his vote of thanks, the State President (Qaid), Ahmadi Muslim Youth Organization acknowledged the effort made by the Ayetoro members for the positive turn up.
He said that despite the delay in the lecture, people still sat calmly and came out in troop for the lecture.
A total number of 20 Ahmadi men (Ansarullah), 55 Ahmadi youths (Khuddam), 22 Ahmadi male kids (Atfal), 25 Ahmadi female kids (Nasrat) and 30 Ahmadi women (Lajna) attended the preaching.