Nigeria: Ahmadiyya Muslim women group meets on national peace

Nigeria: Ahmadiyya Muslim women group meets on national peace

The Ahmadiyya women group, Lajnal Immaillah, is set to hold the 2016 yearly Islamic conference in commemoration of its 100 years of existence.

The conference is scheduled to hold from 26th to 28th August 2016 at the Government Girls Senior Secondary School, Dutse Alhaji, Along Bwari Road Abuja.

The theme of the centenary conference is “100 Years of Ahmadiyya: The True Message of Islam”

It is expected to be declared open by the Amir, Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat, Dr. Mashhud Adenrele Fashola to be assisted by the (Deputy Head) Naib Amir North, Dr Yakeen Habeeb.

Other topics for discussion at the conference include: The Role Of Women In National Peace and Order; 100 years of Ahmadiyya In Nigeria; Crucial and Demanding Roles Consolidation and Expansion.

Other programmes for the three day events are Quranic, cooking/handcraft completions, marriage and counselling talk, sports and entertainment, special exhibition on contributions of the women group to the 100 years anniversary of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat, Nigeria.

Prominent Islamic women leaders across Nigeria expected at the gathering include: National Commissioner INEC Head Quarters Maitama Abuja, Hajia Amina Zakari, Coordinating Director Compliance Support Group Federal Inland Revenue Service, Hajia Queensley Segosimhe, Director Tax Audit Federal Inland Revenues, Hajia Faosat Ogunniyi, Director of Technical Federal Ministry of Finance, Abuja, Hajia Lara Shuaibu.

The wife Speaker, House of Representative Mrs Dogara and the Deputy Speaker, Hajia Lasun, Hajia Salamatu G. Ibrahim, Director Finance INEC Head Quarter Maitama Abuja and a host of others are also expected at the event.

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Source/Credit: The Guardian Nigeria