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Welfare: Ahmadi Youths Ogun State visits ACP, Hospital, Widow as Remo District visits Correctional Centre

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By Abdul Roqeeb Ogunrinde & Adebayo Abdulkabir

Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Organization (Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya), Ogun State has paid a courtesy visitation to the Assistant Commissioner of Police, hospital and a widow as part of its welfare programme.

The visitation was done not only to familiarize the ACP with the new Ahmadi Muslim Youth leadership but also to inform him about the forthcoming workshop/Ride for Peace programme.

During the visit, the Youth District President (Dil’a Qaid) Ijebu Igbo and Ogun State Preaching Officer (Nazim Tabligh), Missionary Abdullah Adeleke sahib explained in details to the ACP the activities of the Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya: the community development projects, sensitization seminars, tree plantings and other programmes.

Meanwhile, the Assistant Commissioner of Police warmly welcomed the youths members, advising them to continue the great work with a view to reaping the great benefits of religious tolerance. He assured the youths the maximum security needed throughout the programme.

Furthermore, special visitation was made to the State Hospital and a widow at Ago Iwoye.

The Majlis team includes: District President (Dil’a Qaid) Ijebu Igbo; State Preaching Officer (Nazim Tabligh), Missionary Abdullah Adeleke; Ago Iwoye Locality President (Qaid Muqam), Bro Onanuga and State Nazim Ishaat (Audio Visual).

In another development, Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Organization (Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya), Remo District has paid a welfare visitation to Isale Oko Correctional Centre, Sagamu on 8th November, 2019.

The youths were led by the District President (Dil’a Qaid), Bro. Zikrullah Bashirdeen as they had the Juma’at Service with the inmates and the latter were lectured on the topic: “Peaceful Co-existence among Human Beings” which was delivered by Bro. Qazeem Abdulazeez

At the end of the visit, gifts were donated to the inmates.

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