Intro
Niger is a puppet government of the French. They were granted independence in 1960 from France, however, France controlled Niger like a puppet government. Niger is 99% Muslim, mostly Maliki-Fiqh, but with a small shia minority of about 5-7%. We estimate that there are no more than 100 Ahmadi’s in the entire country. There seem to be a 2-3 Ahmadiyya places of worship and a few Ahmadi murrabi’s working. The Ahmadiyya movement claims that it spread to Niger in 1956.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Ahmadiyya missionaries in Niger

Amir Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Niger is Asad Majeeb Sahib.

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Ahmadiyya places of worship?

1—–Mahmood Mosque in DuoboNiamey Region—-built in 2007. 

2—Noor Mosque in AlgadaMarawi Region[9

3—Rahman Mosque – Tillaberi, Niger


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Tags

#niger #ahmadiyyainniger #ahmadiyyainafrica #ahmadiyyainwestafrica