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The history of Ahmadiyya in Tanzania

Intro
Watch my video on this here. Tanzania was part of British-East-Africa uptil 1962. Officially, the Ahmadiyya movement got access to all of British-East-Africa since 1934. Sheikh Mubarak Ahmad was a pioneering missionary to East Africa, as well as South Africa. In 1934, he landed in Mombasa, Kenya (it was British-Kenya at the time)(See Fisher). He seems to have never even traveled to the West Coast of Africa. He served as the missionary in-charge until 1962, he was recalled to Rabwah, which was not Qadian. He picked Tabora, (modern day Tanzania) for his headquarters, he started a press and school, both seem to have shut down by the 1950’s. By 2020, there seem to be less than 10 Ahmadiyya mosques in Tanzania. The Amir/missionary in-charge in Tanzania has always been a Pakistiani-Ahmadi. Even in 2020, that tradition remains, the current Amir is Tahir Mahmood Chaudhary. By 2020, there seem to be less than 10 Ahmadi places of worship in Tanzania. The Khalifa announced 3000 converts to Ahmadiyya from Tanzania in 2019-2020, which seems to be a lie. Martin reports in 1974 that there were barely 700 men and 300 men, women and children, however, by 2020, most young Ahmadi’s have left the movement.
Continue reading “The history of Ahmadiyya in Tanzania”

Mirza Tahir Ahmad and #ahmadis in Ghana working for the dictator Jerry John Rawlings

Intro
Watch my video on this.
In Ghana, like many other countries, the Ahmadiyya Movement was political. In 1997, Mirza Tahir Ahmad admitted that Ahmadi’s had worked in the election process of the famous dictator Jerry John Rawlings in 1992 and 1996. Mirza Tahir Ahmad also admitted that the fake opposition party of 1992 and 1996 were led by undercover #ahmadi’s. In this era, Mirza Tahir Ahmad lied about the amount of converts in Ghana was extensive.

We estimate that there are about 5000 #ahmadis in all of Ghana by 2020. Most of these people have converted to Ahmadiyya through the Ahmadiyya schools, which also doubles as a  mosque. By 1958, there seems to be only one Ahmadiyya mosque in the entire country (see Foreign Missions). However, the same book lies and claims that there were 100+ mosques controlled by the Ahmadiyya community. However, there were only 1-2 Ahmadi mullahs working the entire country, thus, its a lie. Even today, in 2020, Ahmadiyya sources purposely inflate the amount of mosques which are under ahmadiyya control. We estimate no more than 20 Ahmadiyya mosques in the entire country, and most of the worshippers aren’t even Ahmadi.

In this video, Mirza Tahir Ahmad talks about taking jewelry from women as chanda, so sick!!!

He also admits that intelligence officers from Ghana would seek the advice from the Khalifa.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Mirza Tahir Ahmad lies and claims to have had more than 200,000 converts from Ghana. Mirza Tahir Ahmad claims that many Ghanian’s working in government were Ahmadi. He mentions:

1. The speaker of the assembly
2. opposition party leader
3. Deputy Speaker
4. Defense minister
5. Chairman of the ruling party
6. important commissions
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Links and Related Essay’s

https://youtu.be/ZsE-Z79MXlY

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2021/01/10/the-history-of-ahmadiyya-in-ghana/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/10/22/who-is-the-ahmadi-mullah-nazir-ahmad-mubasher/

http://ahmadiyyamosque.blogspot.com/search/label/Ghana

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/10/22/l-b-agusto-was-a-pioneer-member-of-the-ahmadiyya-movement-in-nigeria-but-he-renounced-membership-when-he-realized-that-members-in-southfield-london-believed-founder-ghulam-ahmad-was-a-prophet/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/09/24/ahmadiyya-a-study-in-contemporary-islam-on-the-west-african-coast-by-humphrey-j-fisher-1963/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/10/22/who-is-fadl-ul-rahman-hakim-the-first-permanent-ahmadi-mullah-sent-to-british-west-africa/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/10/22/abdur-rahim-nayyars-first-speech-in-british-west-africa-was-at-the-famous-shitta-bey-mosque/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/10/22/who-is-fadl-ul-rahman-hakim-the-first-permanent-ahmadi-mullah-sent-to-british-west-africa/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/10/22/the-3rd-sect-of-ahmadis-were-created-in-lagos-nigeria-in-1922/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahmadiyya_in_Ghana

Servants of Allah: Maulana Nazir Ahmad Ali Sahib

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/10/22/in-1922-the-ahmadiyya-movement-stole-the-adepopo-mosque-from-the-quranic-people-in-lagos-nigeria/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/10/22/who-is-jibril-martin-1888-1959-the-ahmadi-in-nigeria-who-rejected-the-qadiani-khilafat-and-created-the-3rd-sect-of-ahmadis/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/10/21/who-is-the-ahmadi-mullah-abdur-rahim-nayyar/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/10/22/who-is-jibril-martin-1888-1959-the-ahmadi-in-nigeria-who-rejected-the-qadiani-khilafat-and-created-the-3rd-sect-of-ahmadis/

Stefan Reichmuth. “Education and the Growth of Religious Associations among Yoruba Muslims: The Ansar-Ud-Deen Society of Nigeria”, Journal of Religion in Africa, Vol. 26, Fasc. 4 (Nov., 1996). p 8.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jibril_Martin

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/09/24/ahmadiyya-a-study-in-contemporary-islam-on-the-west-african-coast-by-humphrey-j-fisher-1963/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/09/20/professor-humphrey-j-fisher-and-j-spencer-trimingham-called-ahmadiyya-a-maritime-implantation-in-west-africa/

https://www.encyclopedia.com/arts/educational-magazines/fisher-humphrey-john-1933

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/01/who-is-humphrey-j-fisher-the-writer-who-wrote-extensively-about-ahmadiyya-in-africa/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2019/09/03/early-history-of-ahmadiyya-in-ghana-by-haneef-keelson/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/05/22/ahmadiyya-in-gambia/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/01/who-is-farimang-mamadi-singhateh-the-governor-general-of-the-gambia-and-an-ahmadi/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahmadiyya_in_the_Gambia#cite_note-Fisher126-1

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/06/14/who-is-ghulam-nabi-gilkar/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/05/22/ahmadiyya-in-gambia/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/02/19/dr-balogan-the-famous-african-ahmadi-who-left-ahmadiyya-in-1974/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2019/12/14/did-general-muhammad-zia-ul-haq-join-ahmadiyya-in-the-1940s/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/09/20/islam-vs-ahmadiyya-in-nigeria-1975-by-dr-ismail-a-b-balogan-b-a-ph-d-london-university-of-ibadan/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/09/24/ahmadiyya-a-study-in-contemporary-islam-on-the-west-african-coast-by-humphrey-j-fisher-1963/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/?s=Balogan

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/05/22/ahmadiyya-in-gambia/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/02/19/dr-balogan-the-famous-african-ahmadi-who-left-ahmadiyya-in-1974/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/01/who-is-farimang-mamadi-singhateh-the-governor-general-of-the-gambia-and-an-ahmadi/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/01/who-is-humphrey-j-fisher-the-writer-who-wrote-extensively-about-ahmadiyya-in-africa/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/10/16/trimingham-j-spencer-the-influence-of-islam-upon-africa-1968/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/01/13/ahmadi-medical-officers-doctors-who-served-in-the-british-military-during-ww-2/

  1. “THE AHMADIYYA MOVEMENT IN NIGERIA”. HARVARD DIVINITY SCHOOL. RETRIEVED SEPTEMBER 19, 2015.
  2. Jump up to:a b c d e Animashaun, Bashir (2012) Jibril Felix Martin (1888 – 1959) and the spread of Western education among Muslims in 20th century Lagos. Ilorin Journal of History and International Studies Vol 3 No 1 2012_____________________________

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My personal experiences of “Ahmadiyya” and its (lack of) presence in my country, Ghana

Intro
The Ahmadiyya movement has totally lied about the number of #ahmadis in #ghana. Watch my video on this here. This is a such a disrespectful situation, the entire world has rejected #ahmadiyya, nevertheless, #ahmadis refuse to take the L and masquerade around Washington D.C. and the United Nations in NY as a growing global community. Nevertheless we estimate there to be 5000 #ahmadis in all of Ghana by 2021. A few months after we published our essay and methodology, a few new ex-ahmadi’s seem to have picked up the analysis and have done there own. There is a quick way to evaluate whether or not the Ahmadiyya leadership’s claims of numbers or estimated presence is accurate or not: count the number of Ahmadiyya mission centers. It is difficult to hide how many Ahmadiyya mission centers are present in each country, in part due to Google Maps’ accurate indexing of data, and so it serves as a good method of estimating population. We also count up the number of #ahmadi murrabi’s in any country, ahmadiyya funding is tied to the amount of chanda paying #ahmadis in any given area.
Continue reading “My personal experiences of “Ahmadiyya” and its (lack of) presence in my country, Ghana”

Who is Fadl-ul-Rahman Hakim? The first permanent Ahmadi mullah sent to British West Africa (Ghana)

Intro
Abdur Rahim Nayyar was the first Ahmadi mullah sent to British West Africa. Soon after he was sent, the Khalifa at Qadian ordered Al Hajj Fadl-ul-Rahman Hakim to also go to British West Africa and help, thus, Hakim first went to Nigeria (1922). By 1923, Al Hajj Fadl-ul-Rahman Hakim was mostly working out of Ghana as the first permanent missionary to Ghana. He stayed until 1929, at which point he was called back to Qadian. He returned to Ghana in 1933. He seems to have been relieved by another Ahmadi Mullah, Maulana Nazir Ahmad Ali, technically, he spent only the year of 1936 in Ghana and moved over to Sierra Leone, wherein he was the first ever permanent Ahmadi mullah on the scene. Fadl-ul-Rahman worked as the missionary in-charge of Ghana from 1935 to 1947 (See Fisher). Fadl-ul-Rahman died in Pakistan in 1955.

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1923

In 1923, Hakim started an elementary school in Saltpond. Further primary schools were opened in a number of other towns and villages, such as in Mumford and Potsin, all in the coastal regions.

For the first decade, the Ahmadiyya mission had only a single missionary at any one time, supported by a Fante interpreter. During the 1920s, Hakim conducted open-air lectures across notable locations along the southern coast. In his efforts he adopted the Quran and the Bible. Many of these discussions revolved around the death of Jesus, a perspective at odds with the non-Ahmadi Muslim and Christian populations of Ghana. Titles included “The Bible Shows Jesus did not die on the cross” and “Jesus did not die on the cross, nor is he sitting alive in the fourth heaven at the right hand of God.” Such polemics, on the one hand, were a cause of confusion for the Christian peasants in the southern regions and on the other hand created a negative relationship between Hakim and some Christians. In some cases, polemics induced intra-religious violence directed towards Ahmadis.

From the very beginning, the Ahmadiyya movement adopted Western-style education system and at the same time advocated for Islamic curriculum. In 1928, the Community requested the colonial government for permission to build a mosque and a secondary school in Kumasi. However, the government rejected the application, on the basis that there already existed a Muslim mosque and a school in the region. The following year, another letter was sent with over 400 signatures from Asante members of the Community.

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1927

By 1927, the Community numbered 3,000 across forty localities in the southern regions and the Ashanti Empire. In 1927, an increased missionary outlook was adopted, which facilitated its spread among the Fante people in the south, the Wala people in the north, and the Ashanti people in-between.
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1929

In 1929, Hakim left the colony, only to return again in 1933, for another two years. According to Samwini, the rapid expansion posed a threat to the very existence of Christianity and the Sunni order in the country. Al Hajj Fadl-ul-Rahman Hakim was on this way back to Qadian, he stopped in Nigeria.
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1931

With small number of Muslims being admitted to public schools, the Community petitioned the government, in 1931, to select Muslim members for the government’s board of education.

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1933

Al Hajj Fadl-ul-Rahman Hakim returned to Ghana.
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1935

The 4th split in the Ahmadiyya movement happened. Al Hajj Fadl-ul-Rahman Hakim was there and witnessed it.
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1939-1940

The 5th split in the Ahmadiyya movement happened, this time, Jibril Martin became the president of the Nigerian Ahmadi’s who refused to give allegiance to the Khalifa at Qadian.

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1946

By 1946, there were up to three Indian missionaries and five West African missionaries, and four teachers in the country.

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By 1948, Ahmadis were estimated to number over 22,000.

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1950

A letter was written in 1946 to the Chief Commission of Ashanti, arguing that most rights and privileges are being afforded to Christians. It was not until 1950 that the colonial government first gave permission to establish an Ahmadiyya school in the Ashanti Empire. The T.I. Ahmadiyya Senior High School in Kumasi was founded on January 50, 1950.
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1955

Al Hajj Fadl-ul-Rahman Hakim died in Pakistan.

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1960

In the 1960 census Ahmadi Muslims were estimated at 175,620.

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1961

There were 21 West African missionaries, and only four foreign ones.[14]

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Links and Related Essay’s
https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/10/22/l-b-agusto-was-a-pioneer-member-of-the-ahmadiyya-movement-in-nigeria-but-he-renounced-membership-when-he-realized-that-members-in-southfield-london-believed-founder-ghulam-ahmad-was-a-prophet/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/09/24/ahmadiyya-a-study-in-contemporary-islam-on-the-west-african-coast-by-humphrey-j-fisher-1963/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/10/22/abdur-rahim-nayyars-first-speech-in-british-west-africa-was-at-the-famous-shitta-bey-mosque/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/10/22/the-3rd-sect-of-ahmadis-were-created-in-lagos-nigeria-in-1922/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahmadiyya_in_Ghana

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/10/22/in-1922-the-ahmadiyya-movement-stole-the-adepopo-mosque-from-the-quranic-people-in-lagos-nigeria/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/10/22/who-is-jibril-martin-1888-1959-the-ahmadi-in-nigeria-who-rejected-the-qadiani-khilafat-and-created-the-3rd-sect-of-ahmadis/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/10/21/who-is-the-ahmadi-mullah-abdur-rahim-nayyar/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/10/22/who-is-jibril-martin-1888-1959-the-ahmadi-in-nigeria-who-rejected-the-qadiani-khilafat-and-created-the-3rd-sect-of-ahmadis/

Stefan Reichmuth. “Education and the Growth of Religious Associations among Yoruba Muslims: The Ansar-Ud-Deen Society of Nigeria”, Journal of Religion in Africa, Vol. 26, Fasc. 4 (Nov., 1996). p 8.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jibril_Martin

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/09/24/ahmadiyya-a-study-in-contemporary-islam-on-the-west-african-coast-by-humphrey-j-fisher-1963/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/09/20/professor-humphrey-j-fisher-and-j-spencer-trimingham-called-ahmadiyya-a-maritime-implantation-in-west-africa/

https://www.encyclopedia.com/arts/educational-magazines/fisher-humphrey-john-1933

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/01/who-is-humphrey-j-fisher-the-writer-who-wrote-extensively-about-ahmadiyya-in-africa/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2019/09/03/early-history-of-ahmadiyya-in-ghana-by-haneef-keelson/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/05/22/ahmadiyya-in-gambia/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/01/who-is-farimang-mamadi-singhateh-the-governor-general-of-the-gambia-and-an-ahmadi/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahmadiyya_in_the_Gambia#cite_note-Fisher126-1

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/06/14/who-is-ghulam-nabi-gilkar/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/05/22/ahmadiyya-in-gambia/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/02/19/dr-balogan-the-famous-african-ahmadi-who-left-ahmadiyya-in-1974/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2019/12/14/did-general-muhammad-zia-ul-haq-join-ahmadiyya-in-the-1940s/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/09/20/islam-vs-ahmadiyya-in-nigeria-1975-by-dr-ismail-a-b-balogan-b-a-ph-d-london-university-of-ibadan/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/09/24/ahmadiyya-a-study-in-contemporary-islam-on-the-west-african-coast-by-humphrey-j-fisher-1963/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/?s=Balogan

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/05/22/ahmadiyya-in-gambia/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/02/19/dr-balogan-the-famous-african-ahmadi-who-left-ahmadiyya-in-1974/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/01/who-is-farimang-mamadi-singhateh-the-governor-general-of-the-gambia-and-an-ahmadi/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/01/who-is-humphrey-j-fisher-the-writer-who-wrote-extensively-about-ahmadiyya-in-africa/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/10/16/trimingham-j-spencer-the-influence-of-islam-upon-africa-1968/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2020/01/13/ahmadi-medical-officers-doctors-who-served-in-the-british-military-during-ww-2/

  1. “THE AHMADIYYA MOVEMENT IN NIGERIA”. HARVARD DIVINITY SCHOOL. RETRIEVED SEPTEMBER 19, 2015.
  2. Jump up to:a b c d e Animashaun, Bashir (2012) Jibril Felix Martin (1888 – 1959) and the spread of Western education among Muslims in 20th century Lagos. Ilorin Journal of History and International Studies Vol 3 No 1 2012

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Syed Taalay, a volunteer with MTA-Ghana was killed on his way from Tamale to Accra

Intro
Some unfortunate news from Ahmadiyya sources today is the murder of Syed Talay, he seems to have been working with MTA-Ghana just a few days ago and was murdered in a robbery. Ahmadiyya sources claim that he was travelling from Tamale to Accra. He worked extensively with MTA, in fact, he worked on the Khalifa’s famous weekly program, “This week with Huzor”, and many other close interactions with the Khalifa, see his interview herein. I have archived a 15-second clip on Tik Tok also. His name is also spelled Syed Tallay Ahmad and Syed Taalay Ahmad. He had been working for MTA for at least 5 years.

He seems to have been a Waqfe-Zindagi (Sacrificed for Life) type of Ahmadi. Most of the family of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad take this title also and thus get into positions of power like MTA and etc. He was the son-in-law of Mirza Ghulam Qadir Shaheed (killed in 1999 in Rabwah). His widow’s name is Satwat Mirza. He was also the great-grandson of Dr. Syed Muhammad Ismail and Mirza Bashir Ahmad. Watch Ak Shaikh’s video on this herein. Ak Shaikh explains how Rabwah Times had made a video explaining how Syed Tallay was killed, however, it was removed after just a few hours (12:03 time stamp). Continue reading “Syed Taalay, a volunteer with MTA-Ghana was killed on his way from Tamale to Accra”

Who is Jibril Martin (1888-1959)? The Ahmadi in Nigeria who rejected the Qadiani Khilafat and created the 5th sect of #ahmadis

Intro
Alhaji Jibril Martin (20 November 1888 – 13 June 1959) was a Nigerian lawyer and educationist who was a member of the Nigerian Legislative Council. He was also chairman of the Hajj Pilgrims’ Board of Nigeria’s Western region, following the independence of Nigeria. He was a prominent member of a splinter group of Ahmadiyya movement in Nigeria. He rejected the Qadiani-Khilafat (1940). Ahmadiyya sources (Review of Religions) begin to mention him in 1926, as he wrote essays in the ROR, he is also first mentioned by Fisher in 1963. Ahmadiyya in West Africa was mostly amongst the Yoruba people, who are even til this day, mostly Sunni-Muslims (see Fisher). He was president of the splinter sect of Ahmadi’s until his death. He was then succeeded by Al-Haj B.D. Oshodi. Jibril Martin died in 1959 (see Fisher).
Continue reading “Who is Jibril Martin (1888-1959)? The Ahmadi in Nigeria who rejected the Qadiani Khilafat and created the 5th sect of #ahmadis”

Ahmadiyya in Senegal

Intro
Senegal was a French colony, thus, #ahmadis didn’t get special access to this country WW-2. #Ahmadis only got access to British colonies in Africa (see Fisher). There are barely 100 Ahmadi’s in Senegal, and even those are poor people who have been bought out. As of 2020, there seems to be only one Ahmadiyya masjid in the entire country. There is one other Ahmadiyya masjid and can be found here, on their facebook page, it is also very small and indicative of a very small community. From July 2019 to July 2020, the Ahmadiyya Caliph reported 5000 converts to Ahmadiyya from Senegal, which seems to be an exaggeration. Also, read about Senegal’s neighboring country, the Gambia, and read how this was a British colony and how an Ahmadi was made governor general.
Continue reading “Ahmadiyya in Senegal”

Who is Maulvi Nazir Ahmad Ali? The first permanent Ahmadi mullah working in Sierra Leone?

Intro
Maulvi Nazir Ahmad Ali was sent to the Gold coast (Ghana) by his Khalifa in 1929, he stayed at worked until 1933 (see Fisher). His real name was Nazir Ahmad. He was a sickly man and always spit blood. He had to be quarantined many times while traveling. He was sent again to the Gold Coast (Ghana) by the Khalifa in 1936. He stayed for one year. In 1937, he moved over to Freetown, Sierra Leone, and thus became the first ever permanent Ahmadi mullah in Sierra Leone. He seems to have died in Sierra Leone in 1954 (see Fisher). While he was in Ghana in 1936, he seems to have worked with Al Hajj Fadl-ul-Rahman Hakim for a short while. He was given the title of Ali in 1954, after his death.

His son is in Canada
His son is the famous Ahmadi Mullah, Mubarak Ahmad Nazir. He has been an ahmadi mullah in Canada for a long time. In 1945, he travelled with his mother and father to Sierra Leone from Qadian, India. 
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1929

He arrived as an Ahmadi Mullah in Ghana (Gold Coast).
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1933

He returns to Qadian, India.
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1936

He arrives in Ghana again, just for a year this time. He travelled with another Ahmadi Mullah, Nazir Ahmad Mubasher. Ahmadiyya sources claim that Maulvi Nazir Ali went to Mecca and performed the Hajj.
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1937
He arrives in Freetown, Sierra Leone. We would live here the last years of his life.

Upon the year of his arrival, Ali settled in Freetown, and established the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Sierra Leone. Before long, he gave a lecture at the Wilberforce Memorial Hall, the principal public meeting place of the city, addressing the Muslim and Christian populations of the country. In this early address, he introduced the Community and the coming of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad as the Imam Mahdi for the Muslims, and the second coming of Jesus for the Christians. At another event, he solely addressed Muslims at the Islamia School adjacent to a Mandinka mosque. Such addresses directed at the Muslim populations often gave rise to hostilities from Muslim communities. Perhaps for his safety, Ali moved into the house of Kande Bure, chief of the Temne people of Freetown, and a Cabinet minister. 

However, having been rejected by the majority of Muslim groups in Freetown, Ali decided to move to a coastal town, Mange Bure, in the Port Loko District. Kande Bure himself was born in Mange Bure, where his father was an influential political figure. Having achieved little success in his preaching efforts, Ali moved; this time in the same district to the small port-town of Rokupr. Here Ali had reasonable success, where he managed to establish a small community of Ahmadi Muslims, among them a number of local influential figures. Rokupr was also the site of the first school established by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Sierra Leone.
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1939

In 1939, Ali transferred to Baomahun, a flourishing gold mining town, south of Bo in the Eastern Province of Sierra Leone. Multiple reasons have been postulated for this move. It has been suggested that a Syrian trader in Baomahun wrote a letter to Ali after having read Ahmadiyya literature. In another instance, Droman, a vice-chief, invited Ali to Baomahun.[3] Nevertheless, Ali was welcomed as a renowned preacher, as his fame grew across the country. Soon after his arrival, he initiated his preaching efforts inviting people to accept the message of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad as the Imam Mahdi. During this period a prevalent belief in Sierra Leone was that the appearance of the Mahdi would be announced by the beating of great drums, as a result of which the nonbelievers will perish, which Ali interpreted as a parable.[4] Soon, Baomahun developed into a full-fledged headquarters of the Ahmadiyya missionary activities in Sierra Leone, as many people joined the Community.
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1940

In March 1940, Mufti Muhammad Sadiq arrived as Sierra Leone’s second missionary. By this time, the town boasted a school and an Ahmadi Muslim mosque. The latter was provided for, after a discussion with its builder, Sanpha Tulla. The former initially had two teachers, one from Rokupr and another from Saltpond, the Ghanaian missionary headquarters.[4]

During the 1940s, Ali made multiple expeditions across the country. One notable journey was towards the east, as a consequence of which two of the most prominent people became Ahmadi Muslims. In Boajibu, Ali met Khalil Gamanga, a Paramount Chief of the Kenema District. Gamanga soon accepted Ahmadiyya and made notable contributions to the faith in the country. In Fala, Ali confronted with Qasim, Chief of Baama and a leading diamond magnate. In 1958, Qasim took Sadiq on a pilgrimage to Mecca.  As Baomahun was a mining town, its gold was gradually exhausted, and thus its future was bound to be threatened. This led to two important consequences. The dispersion of its inhabitants, many of whom were Ahmadi Muslims, led to the spread of Ahmadiyya teachings across towns and villages of the country. On the other hand, the Ahmadiyya headquarters had to be relocated for which Bo was conveniently selected.[5]
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1942-1943

By 1942, a mission was established in Magburaka, in the Tonkolili District. A year later, in 1943 a school was opened in the city, and a number of influential figures became Ahmadi Muslims.[5]
As Baomahun was a mining town, its gold was gradually exhausted, and thus its future was bound to be threatened. This led to two important consequences. The dispersion of its inhabitants, many of whom were Ahmadi Muslims, led to the spread of Ahmadiyya teachings across towns and villages of the country. On the other hand, the Ahmadiyya headquarters had to be relocated for which Bo was conveniently selected.[5]

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1944

He returns to Qadian, India.
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1945

He was given the title of Ali.
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1945-6

His Khalifa sent him again to Sierra Leone, this time, with his family. By the end of 1946, he had moved to Ghana (Gold Coast) and was working there (see Fisher). He worked in Ghana until 1950. His son, Mubarak Ahmad Nazir got seriously sick.
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1950

He returned to Qadian, India, this time via London. It was found that he had a whole in his lungs. most likely from smoking. He spit blood constantly.

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1954

In 1954 Ali made his third and final journey to Sierra Leone. He died in the country on 19 May 1954.[6] By this time, Ali was the only Pakistani Ahmadi to have given the majority of his working life to West Africa.[1]

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Nazir Ahmad Ali, first permanent missionary to Sierra Leone.

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Stefan Reichmuth. “Education and the Growth of Religious Associations among Yoruba Muslims: The Ansar-Ud-Deen Society of Nigeria”, Journal of Religion in Africa, Vol. 26, Fasc. 4 (Nov., 1996). p 8.

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  1. “THE AHMADIYYA MOVEMENT IN NIGERIA”. HARVARD DIVINITY SCHOOL. RETRIEVED SEPTEMBER 19, 2015.
  2. Jump up to:a b c d e Animashaun, Bashir (2012) Jibril Felix Martin (1888 – 1959) and the spread of Western education among Muslims in 20th century Lagos. Ilorin Journal of History and International Studies Vol 3 No 1 2012

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Muslim TV Ahmadiyya International donated a fully equipped TV studio to the State Broadcaster–GRTS of the Gambia in 2019

Intro
The Ahmadiyya Jamaat has recently (2019) donated a fully equipped TV studio to the State Broadcaster–GRTS of the Gambia in 2019 via their own non-profit company, Muslim TV Ahmadiyya International. They did this as they continue to grease politicians in a corrupt manner so that #ahmadis might get special benefits from the Gambian government.

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The story

#StateHouseToday

A delegation of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat paid a courtesy call on His Excellency President Adama Barrow in Banjul.

The delegation led by the Emir of The Gambia Jamaat, Baba F. Trawally, was accompanied to the presidency by Hon. Minister of Information and Communications Infrastructure, Mr Ebrima Sillah.

The visit followed a donation of a fully equipped TV studio to the State Broadcaster–GRTS, by the Muslim TV Ahmadiyya International.

President Barrow commended the Jamaat for their participation in national development which he said is highly embraced by the government.

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