In a bid to familiarize the Majlis’ programmes with government functionaries, Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya, Oyo State has paid courtesy visits to the National Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) and Ministry of Education, Science and Technology in the state on 7th and 28th February, 2017 respectively.
Receiving the Majlis members led by the State Qaid, Bro. Abdul Hakeem Awe, the Oyo State Commandant, NSCDC, CC Shem Obafaiye applauded the courage and good works of the Majlis, emphasizing on the need for proactiveness in the publicity of the organization.
He said: “Organization like you need to be proactive in publicizing its programmes and information adequately. I, on behalf of NSCDC, pledge my support for the Majllis Khuddam.”
Earlier, the State Qaid, in his speech, mentioned the Majlis’ lined up programmes, stressing on the ‘Stop the Crime campaign’, an initiative of MKAN. He also used the medium to inform the Corps on the series of Majlis’ activities which include humanitarian services, traffic control, welfare visits and dignity of labour, among others.
A presentation of gift items was done which includes Jama’at literatures and calendar 2017. A total of 9 members were present at the event.
In the same vein, a Majlis delegation, led by the State Qaid, paid a courtesy visit to the Honourable Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology.
The visit, according to the State Qaid, was to extend a warm greeting to the commissioner for his good works in ensuring a better education for the people of Oyo state and to also seek approval for an outstanding project of the organization tagged ‘Stop the Crime Campaign’. The project was thereby approved after passing through necessary procedures. A plaque of excellence was presented alongside Jama’at literatures and 2017 Calendar.
Moreso, the Majlis also donated a total of 170 pints of blood at the National Blood Transfusion Service (NBTS) and University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan Blood Banks.
The Dil’at that made up the total 67 which donated at UCH blood bank were Apata, Cocacola and Oluyole-Ona-Ara while those that donated 103 pints donated at NBTS were Ibadan, Omi-Adio and Akinyele Dil’at.
Both centres appreciated sincerely the usual efforts of the majlis to ensuring a ‘Save a Life Drive’ and also sent letters of appreciation to the State Majlis Headquaters.