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Huzur named AMSA FUNAAB New Lodge


The World Head of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (atba) has named the newly acquired lodge of Ahmadi Muslim Students’ Association (AMSA), Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, as Mahd-Ut-Tullab.

A request letter was sent to Huzur Aqdas for a name to be given to the lodge which he named “Mahd-Ut-Tullab”.

The lodge is situated not too far from the school gate and was leased out by the owner, an Ahmadi, at a cheaper rate in order to benefit the AMSA FUNAAB members.

The lodge comprises three flats which contain three self-contained rooms each.

The lodge is expected to accommodate 18 people. Each room will be occupied by two people.

In addition, due to the absence of a Mosque within the premises of the lodge, work was being done on how to have a Mosque which would also serve as a meeting ground for the AMSA.



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