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 (See Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosques Around The World – A Pictorical Presentation. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community; Khilafat Centenary Edition. 2008. ISBN 978-1882494514). The first Ahmadiyya temple seems to have been built in 2007, followed by 2 additional temples.
In 2018, the Qadiani’s were claiming 125,000 converts to Qadianism from Niger alone (see the photo in the below). These are all lies.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Ahmadiyya missionaries in Niger
Amir Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Niger is Asad Majeeb Sahib. In 2008, Akbar Ahmad Tahir was the missionary-in-charge, Shakir Muslim is another missionary, and Fakhrul Islam is another (See Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosques Around The World – A Pictorical Presentation. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community; Khilafat Centenary Edition. 2008. ISBN 978-1882494514).
Ahmadiyya places of worship?
4—Tera Region Niger
We found this photo in the below which seems to indicate that there were 647,000 converts and 125,000 from Niger along.
Doctors from Humanity First Germany hold medical camps in world’s poorest country, Niger (alhakam.org)
Last Updated on 16th December 2022
Muhammad Jamal, Niger Correspondent
Niger is ranked 189th on the Human Development Index. There is extreme poverty; dilapidated and grossly inadequate health structure struggles to meet the population’s demands. With the harsh climate, people are more prone to diseases and the unavailability of healthcare facilities worsens the situation.
A team of six specialist doctors and three volunteers from Humanity First arrived in Niger on 6 November 2022. Within 10 days, five medical camps were organised in different parts of Niger. The furthest one was held in Maradi, which is 661 km from the capital Niamey. In total, 2,726 patients of humble financial backgrounds were treated and given free medicines.
The medical camps were well received and appreciated by the locals and people were especially grateful for the humanitarian efforts in their impoverished community.
After the camps, on 18 November 2022, a delegation of Humanity First, along with Amir Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Niger, Asad Majeeb Sahib, met with Niger’s Minister of Health, Dr Idi Illiassou Mainassara.
The local media was highly impressed with this initiative of Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya and Humanity First Germany. Media outlets covered the event and gave it prime-time news coverage. Similarly, newspapers also covered the event.
During the meeting, the minister was briefed about the activities that were conducted in the health department by Humanity First and Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Niger. He appreciated the efforts, assured every possible cooperation, and directed the concerned authorities to provide all possible help and facilities to Humanity First and Jamaat Niger.
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