Africa Muslim Agency donates over 200 Islamic books to Muslim students at FBC.

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The Africa Muslim Agency on Friday 16th of February 2018 has donated over 200 Islamic books to Muslim students at the Fourah Bay College during an orientation and fund raising programme organised by the FBC Muslim Jamat.
As Education is one of their top most concern in Africa, The organization made a day distribution of books at the Fourah Bay College Mary Kingsley Auditorium Hall.
The said books that was distributed is called “Beneficial summary of rulings for New Muslims.”
The agency has engaged in lot of humanitarian activities in Sierra Leone since their establishment in Sierra Leone.
Mohamed Keita, the founder and CEO of One Deen (SL) Limited (The parent company of the Sierra Leone Islamic Web) explained to the Country Director of the Africa Muslim Agency (SL) about the importance of raising awareness about the beautiful projects and activities undertaken by Islamic organizations in Sierra Leone and all over the world. He added that this will help non Muslims and people who always focus in discriminating Islam and Muslims to know the beauty of Islam and understand what our actual motives and intentions are as Muslims (which is to bring peace and relief to humanity) rather than terrorising people or the like.
The Agency also with funds from the Agency and Direct Aid from Kuwait donated food and non-food items worth 50,000 Euro equivalent to Le425 million to victims of the recent mudslide and flood in August 14 2017.
According to the former Country Director of Africa Muslim Agency in Sierra Leone, Ahmed Kamamine, it is part of their responsibility as an Islamic agency to provide for the needy in times of need.
“When the deadly Ebola disease struck, we were here and we provided assistance to the government and victims. When the flood destroyed houses and rendered people homeless in 2015 we provided relief items and now we are also providing support for the mudslide and flood victims,” he said.
In Ramadan 2017 also, The office of the Africa Muslim Agency (AMA) in Kenema has distributed food to 3000 families. Each Ramadan basket included; 5 kilograms of rice, 1 kilogram of sugar, 1 litre of vegetable oil and two tins of sardines.
In addition, As part of their supports towards government in addressing the Ebola crisis in the country the Africa Muslim Agency has officially handover to Government their Makeni hospital complex to be used as holding centre for Ebola patients.
Reported by:
Husein Hassan Kamara (Media Director)

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