Ahmadi Muslim Students’ Association, Oyo State has held its Annual Propagation Week (APW) between 7th and 11th September, 2017 amid gratitude to Almighty Allah.
The event, which had the participation of 44 Male and 83 Female, features indoor games and educational competitions such as Qur’an, Quiz and Speech contests.
Meanwhile, a courtesy visit was paid to the local monarch, the Amoorin of Akinmoorin Land, Oba Solomon Ayodele by members of male and female AMSA State Presidents along with Oyo Circuit President and a number of Jama’at Presidents in Oyo including some Missionaries.
During symposium, Two lecturers were invited: Muallim Abbas Agbaje who talked on “The Efforts of Islam to Protect Women and their Rights” and Barrister Zainab Uthman Jolaade who spoke on “The Truly Successful Women: Home, Worship and Career”.
Dignitaries at the event include Alhaji Ahmed Al-Hassan, Naib Amir (Admin), AMJN ably represented by Oyo Circuit President, Pa Tajudeen Abdussalam; representative of the MKA-Oyo Qaid, Bro Taofeeq Badejo; Mr Dawood A. Dikko, a University of Ibadan Lecturer; Representative of the Chairman Circuit Presidents’ Forum, Dr Tajudeen; Lajna Imaillah Circuit President, Oyo, Mrs Yusuf; Alhaja Salaudeen; Mrs Olajide, and Mrs K.O Raji.
Besides, awards were given to the best three students in the junior and senior categories of the 2017 AMSA-OYO Masroor Ahmad Annual Mathematics Competition for Secondary School Students. Awards of honour were also presented to three dignitaries who had contributed greatly to the success of AMSA-Oyo activities in recent years. They include: Mr Dawoud Dikko, former MKA-Oyo Qaid, Bro AbdulHakeem Awe, Oyo State Qaid and Alhaja Ademoye M.K, the current District Sadr, Lajna Imaillah.
Other highlight of the event is the the Rishtnata Seminar anchored by Bro AbdurRahman Salaudeen, Ibadan Circuit Rishtanata Secretary, Mr D.A Dikko, Mrs K. O Raji. The programme was highly successful as the students really expressed their minds and all issues of marital affairs troubling their minds were addressed.