Chief Donates Land to Muslims for Islamic Girls School

Group village headman Said in Balaka has given the Muslim community the land to build a girls Islamic secondary school and a masjid.

Chief Saidi made the offer at the end of a three day sisters’ camp held at Mbera village sub T/A Kachenga in the district.

He commended MWA for holding the camp in his area.

“This is the first time for such a big event to be conducted in my area,” said chief Saidi.

Guest of honour Alhaj Sidick Mia promised to assist in the construction of the girls’ Islamic school and the masjid in the area.

Mia urged women in the country to venture into small scale businesses and establish group to be self reliant.
“Businesses will help in financing religious activities instead of relying on others to help,”Mia said.

Mia added through camps Muslim women share religious issues that help to boost their spiritual life.

He then pledged to support MWA with cattle for them to start animal husbandry.

In her remarks chairlady for MWA Hawa Shaib commended Muslim women for patronizing the three day camp through which they have learnt a lot.

“Muslim women face many challenges therefore must participate in religious activities to raise their iman,” expressed Shaib

She then urged Muslims to emulate what Mia does in assisting women with funds to conduct such gatherings.

This year’s MWA sisters’ camp was held under the theme ‘uplifting iman for Muslim women.”

The camp was patronized by hundreds of women from several districts.

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