Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya, an Islamic religious organization, celebrated the inauguration of two new mosques and a regional mission house in the city of Bondoukou, Ivory Coast. The ceremonies were graced by the presence of various dignitaries, including the Amir and missionary-in-charge, Abdul Quyyom Pasha Sahib.
The event began with an introduction to Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya, followed by the distribution of Jamaat literature to distinguished civil officials. Notable attendees included the Chief Imam of the city, the Commissioner of Police, and the Vice Mayor.
The first ceremony marked the inauguration of Bait Ul Naeem Mosque, which was attended by over 140 people. The ceremony started with a recitation from the Holy Quran, followed by translations in French and Koulango, and an Arabic qasidah. A local missionary delivered an introduction to Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya, highlighting its values and teachings in the local language. Ahmad Ballo Sahib, another local missionary, delivered an enlightening speech titled ‘Islam is the Religion of Peace.’ The Amir focused on the importance of mosque construction and the associated responsibilities. The Deputy Governor expressed his acknowledgement and appreciation for the humanitarian efforts undertaken by Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya. The ceremony concluded with a silent prayer.
The second mosque inaugurated was Bait Ul Sanaa Mosque, attended by over 300 guests. The ceremony followed a similar structure to the previous day, with Quranic recitation, translations, and a local missionary’s introduction to Ahmadiyyat. The Amir discussed the significance of mosque construction and the responsibilities of Ahmadis. The Deputy Governor praised Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya for its humanitarian initiatives and personally expressed admiration for the community. The event was covered by a correspondent from Al Hakam, a national newspaper, further highlighting its significance.
These inaugural events in Bondoukou signify the growing presence and positive impact of Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya in Ivory Coast. The organization not only fosters religious dialogue but also actively contributes to local development and welfare.
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