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MAM Hands Over a 600-Capacity Masjid in Liwonde

Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM) on Saturday, February 23 handed over a 600-capacity masjid worth 18 million kwacha in Mmanga village T/A Nsamala in Liwonde district.

The new masjid has been built with funds from United Arab Emirates AID (UAE AID) and MAM’s 95th masjid within 6 months.

According to MAM’s National Chairman Sheikh Idrissa Muhammad, the masjid is their biggest ever and hopes for more of similar nature to come.

“Most of our masajid have been 8×7 and if it is big, then it’s 15×15. But this one is 20×15, making it the biggest masjid among all,” he said.

The national chairman further promised people in the area that MAM will work on the remaining necessities like modern toilets, a borehole among others.

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