…as MTA gives live broadcast to the world in 16 languages
By Ishola Balogun in London
As the 2015 convention of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat opens today at the Jalsa Ground, Oakland Farm, otherwise known as Hadeeqatul Madhi, Hampshire, London, the organisation’s television studio is ready to beam the event live on terrestrial broadcasting to different part of the world, alongside Nigeria’s broadcast station MiTV present here in London with its crew, while Vanguard newspaper and National Mirror also report the event for the print media.
Right now, over 35,000 delegates from all over 200 countries where Ahmadiyaa is established are already at the Jalsa ground. The Vice-President of Serria Leon, Mr. Victor Bockarie-Foe is among other special dignitaries at the event. Others include non-Ahmadis and non-Muslim guests.
The event was declared open after the jumaat service held at the Jalsa ground yesterday.
The Muslim Television Ahmadiyya, MTA, has studios in 12 countries including United States of America, United Kingdom and other parts of Europe, Nigeria and other parts of Africa. It also covers Middle East, North Africa and North America. It broadcast both live and recorded programmes in over 16 languages. The MTA is being led by Munir-ud-Din Shams, a British. With the growing Islamophobia, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat works with stronger passion and zeal to spread the true teachings of Islam.
His holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad is the spiritual head of the world group.