Dawah Association of Malawi has called for coordinated efforts among Islamic organizations in managing reverts across the country.
The call has been made as the association is holding a two day annual general conference in Senga Bay, Salima district.
Speaking to Radio Islam Dawah Association of Malawi secretary General Sheikh Ishmael Awali Tung’ande said much as dawah activities are vibrant in Malawi, the association finds it difficult to manage those who have just returned to Islam as they need basic knowledge on the religion
“There is a need for Islamic organisations working in communities across Malawi to work hand in hand with dawah association in providing much needed basic Islamic knowledge to the reverts,” Tung’ande
Sheikh Tung’ande also acknowledged lack of financial support as one of the deterrents of dawah activities in Malawi.
He said the association invited over 50 dawah groups that are in Malawi but only 20 turned up to the conference due to financial constraints.