By Maruuf Naheem
Ahmadi Muslim Students’ Association, the Polytechnic, Ibadan has toured Olumo Rock Complex, Abeokuta Ogun State as part of its Annual Propagation Week programme held on 22nd August, 2019.
The programme was launched for the purpose of reminding all AMSA members that the existence of Allah is real and that He’s ever mighty and powerful to do all things.
Among those who graced the occasion include: State Officer, Bro Isiaq and a uniformed AMSA member to propagate the religion of Islam-ul-Ahmadiyya.
8 males, 12 females and 1 non-member participated in the excursion.
In the same vein, the students also paid courtesy visits to some Jama’at elders in the city of Ibadan.
Some of them were: Circuit Missionary, Alhaji Abdul Ganiyu Oladipupo; Coca-Cola Circuit President, Arch. Morenikeji Abdulsemih; former Circuit Missionary, Alhaji F.O. Abdussalam and his wife and former Lajna Circuit President, Mrs Abdulsalam; Pa Uthman; Pa Olaniyi and his wife.
The visitations were aimed at gaining some of their experience and knowledge through their pieces of advice and admonition on how to survive the challenges of this modern world without compromising our faith and spirituality.
At the end of the visits, AMSA appreciated the elders with gifts to show some sense of belonging with them.
As a record, 6 males and 7 females took part in the visits.
In another development, Ahmadi Muslim Students’ Association, Federal College of Education (Special), Ibadan has taken its Tabligh activity to Akesan market men and women by sharing Ahmadiyya pamphlets on 24th August, 2019.
AMSA SPED (UI) organized its tabligh programme to spread the true and peaceful teachings of Islam.
Seven male students participated in the tabligh exercise and distributed over 239 Ahmadiyya pamphlets to the people.