Muslim Youth United holds Iftar with University Muslim students in Malawi
Muslim students in the country have been advised to remain ambassadors of Islam in all their activities.
The advice was made during the iftar which Muslim Youth United organized to interact with Muslim students at Polytechnic in Blantyre.
When presenting Inspirational Talk, Maulana Riaz Bhana, reminded students that they are Muslim first hence they need to follow rules and regulations through preserving their faith in whatever they do.
Maulana Bhana said “is high time the Muslim youth prepared for the life hereafter and students are also supposed to keep identities of Islam and avoid indulging in bad bahaviours.”
In his words Chairperson of Muslim Youth United, Abdullah Panjwani, said they decided to break the fasting with Muslim fellows studying at polytechnic as one way enhancing oneness.
“Apart from iftar programs his organization also engages in other charitable works like cheering the sick and prisoners,” Panjwani said
However Patron for Polytechnic Muslim Students Association (POMSA) Sufian Rashid, commended Muslim Youth United for considering to break the fasting with fellow Muslims at the Polytechnic.
Rashid said “the interaction has motivated the students and uplifted their imaan.”
He said is pleased to note that Muslim students at the institution are exceptional and work hard in both their studies and Islamic activities as most of the students are associated with violence and indiscipline.