Tabligh Week: Osogbo District visits Muslim scholars, schools, others

Majlis Khuddamul Ahmadiyya, Osogbo Dil’a (District) has paid visitations to Muslim scholars, Imams and Arabic schools as parts of programmes marking the MKAN National Tabligh Week held on 14th November, 2020.

The tabligh team, led by the Acting Dil’a Qaid, Bro Qamardeen Tella visited Imam Alaran and his family. They were delighted to meet the team as Maulvi Mubarak Bello admonished the family and presented a down-to-heart explanation about the Jama’at.

Responding, the Imam, on behalf of his family, expressed his profound appreciation to the Majlis for the visit while noting that Islam needs integration with collective efforts of all sects. He said that the efforts of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at in spreading the true Islam in the nooks and crannies of this country cannot be underestimated.

Prayers were said and some books were presented to him.

Similarly, the team also visited Alhaji Muheeb Lere Yusuf, the Imam Kamaldeen Islam and Mudir Muhibudeen Arabic School. He gladly welcomed the team; after which Maulvi Bello spoke on the quintessential teachings of Ahmadiyya and efforts being made to propagate Islam worldwide.

He also mentioned to Imam Yusuf the Jama’at’s desire to have him converted to Ahmadiyya, while encouraging him to sign the Bai’at again. In a reassurance tone, Alhaji Lere Yusuf said that his deep love for the Jama’at would continue to wax stronger, and that he would sign his Bai’at soon. Some Jamaat books were presented to him as well.

The team also paid a visit to Imam Lere Yusuf’s Madrasah (Arabic school). The pupils were prayed for and encouraged to be serious with their learning.

In the same vein, Sodiq Adeleke Arabic Institute at Owode, Ilesa Road was also visited.

The team met with the Head of the Institute and some other members of staff, while receiving warm reception from them. The School Head, in his speech, encouraged Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at to keep up the good work of propagating Islam and should never relent.

Lastly, the Majlis also visited Habeedeen Madrasah. In his remarks, the Mudir (Head) appreciated the organization for the visitation, while highlighting some contributions of Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at to the school.

He also commented that Muslims should emulate Jama’atul Ahmadiyya in terms of humanitarian services.

The Mudir, therefore, called the attention of the Jama’at to encourage and enlighten people to study Arabic and Islamic studies as he called the attention of the government to attach much importance to Arabic Studies in schools both public and private.

Many Jama’at’s literatures were presented to the school through the Head.

Members present during the tabligh exercise were Bro. Nurudeen AbdulLateef, Maulvi Mubarak Bello, Bro. Tella Qamardeen, Bro. Hassan Salaudeen, Bro. Omolaoye Maroof, Bro. Okunade Toheeb, Bro. Adejumo AbdulAfeez, Bro. Akere Monzur and Bro. Ogunsola Yusuf.

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