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Apata Circuit Donation: Amir commissions mosque, mission houses, others


By Abass Adebayo A.

Amir, Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at, Nigeria, Dr Mashhud Adenrele Fashola has commissioned a mosque, new mission houses and other projects at Oke Ayo, Gbekuba and Jamoje, Apata Circuit on 21st June, 2019.

Speaking at the formal commissioning of a mosque and Fazl Omar Comprehensive College at Jamoje, Ibadan, Dr Fashola said that he was happy with the new developments and promised to assist financially in order to meet up with the standards.
He also commended the indefatigable efforts made and prayed for the entire members of Circuit for deeming it fit to build welfare house and the family who donated a mosque, Mission House and Peugeot 504 car.

In their separate speeches, Fadilatul Sheikh Issa Mustapha, Fadilatul Sheikh Mahmud Eleshinmeta and Chief Imam Gbekuba, Alh. Shuaib lauded Ahmadiyya for their unrelenting efforts to propagate Islam to the nooks and crannies of the state and equally appreciated the organizational structure of the Jama’at.
The programme was graced by Oke Ayo Chief Imam, Alh. Mukhtar Muhammed Yusuf; Jama’at’s General Secretary, Alh. Abass Iromini;Hafiz Abdul Ghaniyy Shobambi; Chairman, Oyo Ilaqa Circuit Presidents, Alh. M.Ademoye; Oluyole Ona-Ara Circuit President, Alh Adeyemi; Akinyele Circuit President, Alh Raji Adewale; Oke Ogun Circuit President, Alh AbdulKareem; Omi Adio Circuit President, Alh Omoyele and other National Amila Members.

Meanwhile, from the speeches of the dignitaries, it was deduced that a mosque is essentially a first step towards fostering unity and brotherhood among people and consequently, a powerful force to unite mankind as Ahmadiyya is the renaissance of Islam and it is therefore more important that we carry on this process of building of mosques worldwide with even greater speed and devotion for our own benefits and benefits of mankind.


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