Ghana. Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Organisation to hold 41st Annual National Rally




August 25, 2022

Social Ahmadiyya Rally
Social Ahmadiyya Rally

Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Organisation, Ghana, will hold its 41st Annual National Rally in Accra to help promote a sense of nationalism, discipline, and development.

The rally which was scheduled to take place in Accra, would begin August 25 and to 27.
The rally, seen as a spiritual revival and moral regeneration of the youth was suspended for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The three-day event would witness key presentations on several topics.
Key presenters like Umar Gyasi Agyemang, National Coordinator, would present on the topic: “The Review of Religions; a Panacea for Moral Regeneration.”

During a virtual launch and a press conference of the event, the organisers said the presentations would help uplift the audience spiritually.

The Organisation in collaboration with Humanity First Ghana would organise a National Blood Drive 2022, with St Gregory Hospital at Kasoa, Mercy Catholic Hospital in Mankessim, the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital, 37 Military Hospital and the National Blood Bank at Korle-Bu as the participating hospital.

An estimated 3500 participants would be attending and be expected to donate blood voluntarily.

Mr Nasir Ahmed Bonsi, Head of the Youth Organisation said: “Apart from the family re-bonding that members of the community experience, their academic and sports prowess would be put to test through a series of competitions.”

Various awards would be presented to deserving members who emerge winners including officers who distinguished themselves well in the discharge of their duties in the past year.


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