As part of the programme to mark this year’s Association’s welfare week, the National Body of Ahmadi Muslim Students’ Association has donated some items to Lagos State University Teaching Hospital on 31st August, 2021.
The society observed that the hospital needs some items to aid the welfare of staff and patients in the hospital.
As a result, the group donated bedsheets and pillowcases to the staff of the following wards, the Isolation Centre, Pediatrics Ward, Medical Emergency, Surgical Emergency and the Head of Nurse Monitoring Unit.
According to the National President, Hafiz Alaka AbdulRaqeeb, the AMSA welfare week is a new initiative that is expected to be carried out in every state where AMSA is established in Nigeria, adding that the purpose of this initiative is to exercise one of the beautiful teachings of Islam which is giving out charity to the needy.
Joining the National President for the welfare visit was the National General Secretary, Bro. Lamina Zafrullah and the National Tabligh Secretary, Hafiz AbdulQuadri Ismail.
The Heads of Nurse at each ward were very delighted and appreciated the kind gesture, especially as it came from students and they are something they need.
The Ahmadi Muslim Students’ Association is a group of male members of Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Organization present in tertiary institutions across the country. AMSA is a religious society for all students whose aims are summed up in the Community motto: Love for All, Hatred for None. Their goal is to promote strong moral behaviour of students, shunning crimes, cultisms on campus as well as spreading and practising the true, peaceful teachings of Islam through goodwill activities, as well as through regular talks.