Ahmadiyya Muslim Women Ghana to launch global centenary celebration
21 October 2022
The Women’s Association of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Ghana is set to launch a year-long celebration in commemoration of the global Centenary Anniversary of Lajna Ima’illah.
The theme for Ghana’s celebration is, ‘Building Resilience in Self Reformation: A Path to Peace and Sustainable Development’.
The Women’s Association of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community was established on December 25, 1922 to foster unity, promote spiritual and moral education, and advance the welfare issues of women and children within the community across the world.
Lajna Ima’illah is established in over 200 countries across the world with its international headquarters in the United Kingdom (UK).
Each country will be executing a series of activities over the year for its celebration.
The National Sadr (President) of Lajna Imaillah Ghana, Hajia Anisa Nasirudeen Iddrisu, explained that under the current trend of events across the world, “it is time for women to get involved in the high spiritual development of the society so as to instill the fear of God and the love for the world in the hearts and minds of our people.”
“I call on my members to gear up and actively participate in all the programmes lined up for this soul-lifting period,” she added.
The Ghana chapter celebrations will be launched in Accra on Sunday, November 13 at the Ahmadiyya Mission House, Osu Nyaniba Estates.
“We look forward to welcoming your participation and also opportunities to discuss the works and impact of Lajna Imaillah in Ghana,” a press release announcing the date of launch added.
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