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Ahmadiyya Leader Calls for Virile Muslim Homes

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The head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim elders group, (Majlis Ansarullah) Alhaji Mukaila Odukoya, has called on Nigerians to ensure that they build a virile home for a sustainable society.

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Speaking at the annual workshop of the organisation in Lagos, Alhaji Odukoya said the call becomes imperative going by the grave concern for the fast degenerating family values in the Nigerian society which has led to unprecedented moral decadence across the country.

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According to him, the choice of this year event was specifically chosen to address the growing problems in the society. In his words, “the issue of home and the society is not a thing to be taken lightly if we want a virile society; hence we need to stress the importance of home often and often”.

He urged the members of the Ahmadiyya community to be a shining and worthy example of a virile home where the fear of ALLAH and strict adherence to the practices of the Holy Prophet Muhammad are imbibed for a rewarding and Allah’s homes.

Alhaji Odukoya stated “ we should make ourselves, not only shining examples, but also emulate ones when it comes into the building and maintaining homes that can be depended upon to serve as bedrock of a virile society ”.

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To underscore the significance of the event, lectures on the lessons from life of Hazrat Yaqoob by Barrister Missionary Uthman Robiu, home bedrock for a virile society- by Alhaji Abdul Alatoye Naib Amir Southwest , will and inheritance were delivered.

Participants were also informed about some very important health issues notably, Diabetes, HIV and Aids pandemic.

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