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On 2nd January, 2022, Sadr Lajna Mulk met with members of Nasirat ul Ahmadiyya, Ghana virtually. The purpose of the meeting was to encourage Nasirat to get involved in their activities from the Jama’at and circuit level, to guide them in their moral and spiritual life as Ahmadi young girls, and also to give them opportunity to interact with their leaders and ask questions that might be bothering their minds. In her address, Sadr Lajna Mulk, Hajia Anisa Nasirudeen Iddrisu outlined the structure of AMILA and explained the structure. She also explained the purpose of the meeting and asked the Nasirat to always pray for their parents as the parents pray for them. Sadr Lajna Mulk finally admonished the Nasirat to be obedient and respectful to authority.

Naib Sadr I, Dr. Fatima Eshun Abbas spoke on obedience to the institution of Khalifat. She also spoke at length on the importance true faith plays in our lives- it molds us and makes us who we are. She continued to advise the Nasirat to always strive to comply with directives. She also explained the benefits of complying with directives under the Nizam-e-Jama’at.

Naib Sadr II, Hajia Anisah Ismail Rashid spoke on fulfilling financial obligations at a young age and its benefits. She outlined the 5 pillars of Islam and elaborated on the financial sacrifice quoting from the Holy Qur’an Chapter 2:30, 51:20 and 2:206 respectively. She advised the Nasirat to be regular in the payment of their Nasirat Dues as a way of practicing the payment of Jama’at Chandas.

Naib Sadr III, Hajia Fatiha Mubeena Adusei Donkor spoke extensively on the importance of moral and spiritual development. She elaborated on the 3 stages of moral and spiritual development as stated by the Promised Messiah(AS) and their impact on our lives. She admonished the Nasirat to be aware of their environment and things that may influence them to sin. She outlined from the book ‘Way of the Seekers‘ by Hazrat Mirza Bashirudeen Mahmoud Ahmad, some ways that leads to sin and others that leads to the doing of good. She concluded by given examples of good deeds and bad deeds for the attention of the Nasirat and advised them to watch out for these in their daily lives so that they can improve morally and spiritually. A total of 1,555 Nasirat participated in the meeting.

Alhamdulillah, at the end of the meeting the secretariat did an assessment of the lessons learnt by the Nasirat. The feedback from the Nasirat who participated in the zoom meeting was splendid as many of the Nasirat were able to recall the salient points mentioned during the meeting.

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