Burkini Faso is an old French colony. Thus, the Ahmadiyya movement didn’t get access to it until after WW-2. By 1960 Burkina Faso gained full independence from France. For over two decades following independence, the minority character of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community was still observed until 1986 when the governmental authorities recognized and registered it as a Muslim community {{{{Cissé, Issa (2012). “La Ahmadiyya au Burkina Faso” (in French).}}}}

By 2021, we can only find 2 Ahmadiyya places of worship and barely 1000 Ahmadi’s in the entire country. It should also be noted that in 1994, Mirza Tahir Ahmad claimed 150,000 converts to Ahmadiyya from Burkini Faso, which was a total lie. The first Jalsa salana was in 1991, which is indicative of the slow growth of the Ahmadiyya community. Mirza Masroor Ahmad visited in 2004, he even went to Dori. In this video, ahmadiyya sources allege that 15 acres of land was given to the Ahmadiyya Movement to build a primary school (23:37 timestamp).

Mirza Masroor Ahmad has given new details about the shooting of 9 #Ahmadis in Burkina Faso in his Friday sermon of 1-20-23. In 2023, Mirza Masroor Ahmad confessed that there was a village in Burkina Faso wherein gold was found under the ground. Gold is overwhelming the #1 export from Burkina Faso, and being managed by the French and their corporations. In fact, 7 billion worth of Gold was extracted from Burkina Faso in 2020 alone. This is more than all other exports combined, a rare feat, in fact, they are #1 in Africa in terms of gold exports.

Based on Masroor’s sermon and other facts, we can establish that the French government found gold via their corporations in Burkina Faso and then forced a village of Muslims to move (the Swiss government is also involved). They seem to have then hired Humanity First (and the International Association of Ahmadiyya Architects and Engineers) to help with the move and political instability via their partnership. The locals of this village caught wind of it and a group of them joined #Ahmadiyya without reading any books. Humanity First then planned and built the entire village and added a small Ahmadiyya temple. The local Muslims heard of all this and were enraged, which led to the shooting. Again, the people of Burkina Faso are being persecuted by the French and Swiss governments and are thus rebelling. The Ahmadiyya Movement is again on the side of the colonizer and some ex-Muslims who had joined them were executed. These 9 ex-Muslims were victims of the Ahmadiyya Movement, Allah will judge them accordingly.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Ahmadiyya places of worship in Burkini Faso?

There seem to be only 2 mosques in the entire country.

——Al Mahdi Mosque in Ouagadougou[66]
——Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosque in Koudougou[66]

——Ahmadiyya Islamic Radio Station established (Radio Islamique Ahmadiyya FM104.1)[67]

——There is also an eye-clinic in the country that is operated by Ahmadi’s, Masroor Eye clinic.
Estimated population of Ahmadi’s? 

We estimate no more than 1000 Ahmadi’s in the entire country.
Amir and missionary-in-charge in 2021

Amir Sahib Burkina Faso, Mahmood Nasir Saqib.

The government of Burkini Faso recognizes Ahmadiyya as a Muslim group{{{{Cissé, Issa (2012). “La Ahmadiyya au Burkina Faso” (in French).}}}}



The Ahmadiyya community reports 150,000 converts from burkini faso alone (see mosques around the world). See Mirza Tahir Ahmad’s Friday Sermon of 8-14-1994.

Mirza Tahir Ahmad claims to have seen dreams about Burkina Faso.

In 2002 the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Burkina Faso opened the country’s first Muslim radio station in Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso’s second largest city. The station was opened primarily to respond to allegations against the Community and to present the Ahmadiyya perspective on Islamic issues. Since then the Community has so far opened three other radio stations. As a consequence, a number of Sunni organizations have turned their attention towards the same method of conveying their teachings.[4]


The Khalifa visited and gave some speeches. Mirza Masroor Ahmad visited in 2004 and visited their schools and business centers. In this video, ahmadiyya sources allege that 15 acres of land was given to the Ahmadiyya Movement to build a primary school (23:37 timestamp).

Click to access Al-Nahl-2011-v022-No_01.pdf

It is alleged by Ahmadiyya sources that there were 60,000 Ahmadi’s in this area (a total lie).

“””The day after I landed in Ouagadougou, I was enabled to join the Amīr and a brother
from the UK, Shafqat Sahib, who installed a Solar System in a small village named
Mahdīābād. This is an all Aḥmadī village, some 30-40 miles from the Niger border or in the Sahel region of the desert. It is literally “a far corner of the earth.” Yet, these Aḥmadī
villagers have a rudimentary light system run by solar power and a water tower (donated by
UK Jamā’at) and they are able to watch MTA via their Solar powered electrical system.
This village was situated a few miles further north, but gold was discovered in their village
and the Canadian mining company built them new concrete houses when the village was relocated.”””

The Ahmadiyya Amir of Israel in the USA and announces that there are 150 missionaries in Burkini Faso. The annual Jalsa is held and Ahmadiyya sources allege that 10,000 people attended.

At the #JalsaUK, the 5th Khalifa announced 10,000 converts to Ahmadiyya.


Ahmadiyya sources allege that some Ahmadi’s were killed.
Links and Related Essay’s

28th Jalsa Salana Burkina Faso

Ahmadiyya converts and progress announced at the 2022 #ukjalsa #jalsauk

Have Ahmadi’s been robbed and killed in Burkini Faso?

10,000 attend 30th Jalsa Salana Burkina Faso,_Burkina_Faso

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