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Bawumia joins Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission to celebrate 100th Anniversary

Vice President Bawumia joined the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission's centenary and 91st Annual Convention in Ghana, lauding its contributions to health, education, and peacebuilding across the nation and beyond.

On Thursday, February 22, 2024, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, united with Maulvi Mohammed Bin Salih, the Ameer and Missionary in charge, along with members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Ahmadiyya Mission’s establishment in Ghana. The celebration also included the Mission’s 91st Annual Convention, held in Pomadzie, Central Region.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, under the leadership of Maulvi Mohammed Bin Salih, the Ameer, and Missionary in charge, has been instrumental in shaping Ghana’s moral, educational, health, and peacebuilding landscape. Vice President Bawumia, in his address, highlighted the significant impact the Mission has had on the nation’s development.

He pointed out the Mission’s notable achievements, particularly in health and education, where their efforts aligned with the government’s vision of expanding access to education.

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The Mission’s establishment of seven hospitals and 315 educational institutions represents a remarkable effort towards providing inclusive and accessible education for all, mirroring the government’s commitment to free secondary education.

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The celebration was a gathering of the Ahmadiyya community from across Ghana and members from neighboring countries such as Togo, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Benin, and Uganda, showcasing the wide-reaching influence and fraternity of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission.

This cross-border representation underscored the unity and shared values within the Ahmadiyya community and highlighted the Mission’s role in fostering peace and good governance beyond Ghana’s borders.

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Vice President Bawumia’s participation in the centennial celebration and the 91st Annual Convention of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission underscored the government’s recognition of the Mission’s contributions to national development and reinforced the spirit of religious tolerance and cooperation that Ghana is known for.

As the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission marks a century of its establishment in Ghana, its legacy of service, education, and peacebuilding continues to be a beacon of hope and progress in Ghana and beyond.


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