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Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Commends President Bio’s Development Strides

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Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Commends President Bio’s Development Strides

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Amir and Missionary-in-charge of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission in Sierra Leone, Saeed-Ur-Rahman, thanked the President and his government for the hard work and efforts to develop the country despite the challenges the world over. He said they had seen lots of blessings coming into the country and noted that the free quality education had brought relief to the people of Sierra Leone.

“We are here to honour and pay you our respect and to thank you for all the good work. We are pleased with how the Hajj pilgrimage is being managed and it is now a success. We pray that God continues to bless and protect you to serve everybody in this nation,” he said.

In his brief response, President Bio commended the Jamaat for their work in the country, particularly in peacebuilding and in human capital development. He said through its educational services, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat had produced quality Sierra Leoneans whom the nation was benefitting from and assured of his government’s continued commitment to the Jamaat.

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