Last Updated on 15th March 2019
Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya Kenya successfully completed their national Tarbiyati Class that was held in Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission Nairobi Headquarters.
The six-day class began on Monday, 10 December and ended on Sunday, 16 December 2018 and was targeted for both Khuddam and Atfal. Eight out of twelve regions countrywide were represented.
Khuddam were classed into two different classes: basic and advanced classes. Teaching material was from the Mini Qaideen Handbook, a book prepared by MKA Kenya. Topics covered included: nizam (administrative system), introduction to Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya, basic guidelines for qaideen, etimad, Shura, talim, tarbiyat, tajnid, finance, tabligh, Atfal, Tahrik-e-Jadid and other departments.
A lot of emphasis was put on prayer and in this regard, all prayers were offered on time, including Tahajud. Both auxiliary groups were given oral and written tests to assess their understanding.
The closing and prize-giving session for the Tarbiyati Class was presided by Amir and Missionary In-charge, Tariq Mahmood Zafar Sahib. In his speech, Amir Sahib repeatedly advised Khuddam and Atfal alike to make good use of social media gadgets to acquire knowledge of Islam Ahmadiyyat. He advised to be constant in writing letters to Hazrat Khalifatul Masihaa seeking his prayers and to listen to Huzoor’s Friday Sermon and other MTA programmes. A total of 58 Khuddam and Atfal attended the event.