The Ivory Coast is in Western Africa and is a former French colony. Thus, Ahmadiyya didn’t access to it until after it gained independence from the French. Ahmadi’s got access to Ivory via Zafrullah Khan and the United Nations. It is unknown when the first Ahmadiyya place of worship was acquired. The Ahmadiyya movement doesn’t have many mullahs that can speak French, thus, there seem to be barely 2-3 Ahmadi mullahs in the entire country. We estimate that there are barely 300 Ahmadi’s in all of the Ivory Coast. We also estimate that there are 3 Pakistani-Ahmadi mullahs working there, mostly as principals for the schools and account managers. The Ameer and missionary in-charge is Abdul Quyyom Pasha, he can be seen in most of the videos and pics, he is also the finance manager for the Jamaat aka Wakil ul Mal II. Humanity First is building a hospital and the Ahmadiyya jamaat is looking to use that work as a spring-board to get converts and thus brainwash innocent children.
Ahmadiyya buildings and places of worship
It seems that 99% of the Ahmadiyya buildings in the Ivory Coast are schools that can also become mosques.
—Built in 2018, the Masjid Noor in Grand Bassam.
—Built in 2018, Tahir Mosque in Grand Lahou City.
—Built in 2018, Fazl-e-Umar Mosque
—Nasir Mosque at Sokoura
–Ahmadiyya Mosque in Oumé
—Ahmadiyya school in the Village #Amoriakro
- Ahmadiyya Mosque in Bouaké.
- Ahmadiyya Mosque in Adjamé
- Ahmadiyya Mosque in San Pedro
- Ahmadiyya Mosque in Abengourou
- Ahmadiyya Hospital in Adjamé
- Ahmadiyya Primary Schools in Ajamé and Yopougon
- Ahmadiyya Mosque in Dagara located in the Dabakala district of the Vallée du Bandama region.
- primary school in #Bondoukou
We know that there is one Pakistani-Ahmadi mullah who is in all of the photos and videos about Ahmadiyya in the Ivory Coast. However, there seems to be another, Umer Malik on twitter as @UmerRash.
We conclude that there are 3 Ahmadi mullahs working the entire country.
Ahmadiyya sources tell us that it was in 1961 when Ahmadiyya entered the Ivory Coast.
The first ever Jalsa Salana was held. In 2020, the 35th Jalsa Salana was held, however, it seems that there weren’t even any Ahmadi mullahs there. Thus, the Khalifa sent Asad Majeeb , Missionary and General Secretary of Jamaat Belgium and Umar Muaz, Missionary and Naib Amir Mali Jamaat as representatives of the Markaz.
The Khalifa visited west Africa, a delegation of Ahmadi’s from the Ivory Coast also came.
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