New Ahmadiyya mosque in Natitingou, Benin


Mirza Farhan Ahmad Baig, Benin Correspondent

Benin Mosque

Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Benin had the opportunity to construct a mosque in Anandana, Natitingou region, which was inaugurated on 11 February 2022, by Mian Qamar Ahmad Sahib, Amir Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Benin.

Anandana village is located at a distance of about 55 km from the regional centre in Natitingou. 

The foundation of this mosque was laid on 21 November 2021, by my humble self as the regional missionary.

This mosque has the facility of MTA and calligraphic work has also been done inside the mosque, which includes the Kalima and the attributes of Allah the Almighty. 

During the construction of the mosque, members of the local jamaat, and the neighbouring jamaats participated in waqar-e-amal with great passion.

The mosque was inaugurated on 11 February 2022 by amir sahib Benin. The ceremony commenced with the recitation from the Holy Quran, followed by qaseedah and naat.

After this, the village chief congratulated the Jamaat on the construction of the mosque and termed this mosque to be a prelude to the spread of Islam in the village. 

Some other dignitaries also congratulated the Jamaat for the mosque and appreciated the Jamaat’s services for humanity.

This was followed by speeches from Ibrahim Hamza Sahib and Muzaffar Ahmad Zafar Sahib.

Amir sahib formally inaugurated the mosque and led the Jumuah prayer. The ceremony was attended by more than 200 people.

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