300 Ahmadiyya Schools in Sierra Leone

Amadu Daramy

Published on January 30, 2020

By Alhaji Saidu Kamara.


An Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at gathering in Sierra Leone

The Education Secretary of the Ahmadiyya Mission in Sierra Leone, Mr. Fuard F. Lawleh has said in Bo that the Ahmadiyya Mission has nearly 300 schools both primary and secondary throughout Sierra Leone, complementing government’s effort to accomplish the Free Quality Education.

Mr. Lawleh was addressing over 23,000 participants who attended this year’s Jalsa Salana including Paramount Chiefs, members of the diplomatic and consular Corps, parliamentarians, Councilors, all the Resident Ministers, other Muslim organizations, Christians, members of the Inter Religious Council and members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at across the country.

Giving an overview of the educational performance of Ahmadiyya schools in 2019, Mr. Lawleh said from July 2019, five new schools were constructed by the mission and ten schools painted accounting for 43 classrooms for over 2,150 beneficiaries. He said a total of 151 pupils and students benefited from the mission’s education financial assistance in various learning institutions. The Education Secretary said they can boast of so many graduates in various disciplines from higher institutions of learning in and out of Sierra Leone.

He said the WASSCE 2019 result was not very good but Ahmadiyya Muslim Secondary School Rokupr performed remarkable well. In BECE last year the Ahmadiyya Junior secondary schools had 100 percent passes Bandajuma Sowa 53 out of 53 students, Masingbi 100 passes out of 100, Matessor 33/33, Makoni Line 52/52. He said the highest number of passes in NPSE Ahmadiyya primary school Kabala 118 pupils passed out of 120, Goderich 108 out of 110, Nyandeyama 103/104 and Newton 87/87. He commended AWOL for awarding Lawyer Musa Mewa as the Legal Practitioner of the year 2019.

The VP Dr. Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh officially opened the Jalsa Salana in Bo last weekend. The guest of honor was the Head of the Ahmadiyya Mission in Palestine while the Head of the Ahmadiyya Missionary In Charge of the Mission in Sierra Leone, Saeed Ur Rahman chaired the opening ceremony of the three day conference.


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