The Ahmadi Muslim Students Association (AMSA), UniIlorin has held her Annual Propagation Week (APW) from Friday, 26th of November to Saturday, 4th December, 2021 with the theme Challenges of the 21st century youth: the Islamic Perspective.
The program started on Friday, 26th of November with blood donation in collaboration with the Hematology department of the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH) at the Ahmadiyya Central Mosque, Tanke, Ilorin, where 72 people participated and 62 pints of blood were donated.
On the same day, a public lecture was held at Tanke Community primary School, Tanke, Ilorin. The lecture was delivered by Ustaz Alaka AbdurRofeeq on the topic, Peaceful coexistence in Islam.
The programme also featured series of educational and sporting events as members were grouped into 4 houses which include Baitul Afiyah, Baitul Huda, Baitul Ikram and Baitul Futuh
On Saturday, 4th of December, 2021, the grand finale (symposium) of the APW was held at the New Education Lecture Theatre (NELT), University of Ilorin with the theme, The Challenges of the 21st century youth: the Islamic Perspective. The keynote speaker was Muallim (Barr.) Mohammed Bashir Badr (Forensic Law lecturer, Nigeria Police Academy, Kano and National Tabligh Secretary, AMJN), the panelists were Dr. Sikiru Eniola (Associate Prof., Department of Religious Studies, EKSU), Dr. Bakare Ismail (Senior Medical Officer, Omupo Cottage Hospital and Jama’at President, AMJN, Oro Jama’at), Engr. Rukayyat Mustafa (Senior Engineer, Digital Transformation Initiative (DTI)) and Mr. Babalola Sherifdeen (Graduate Assistant, Zenith Bank Plc.) Other dignitaries in attendance were the Circuit President, Alh. Bola Yusuf, The Central Missionary, AMJN Kwara State, Maulvi Rana Akram, The Coordinator, Majlis Ansarullah Kwara State, Engr. Abdulhakeem Busari, the State Qaid, Bro. Abdussalam Shakur, Jama’at presidents and Lajna members.
The total attendance at the symposium is 167, 62 male and 105 female.