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Well-wisher constructing Mosque in Mchinji

We are in 21st century but Muslim brothers and sisters of Kambuwe village in Mchinji are still praying in a devastated mosque. It is a sad development to our deen but the good news is that one of Muslim member Dr Yusuf Aufi visited the area and saw that people …

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Teenage boy kills 60 year old woman in Mangochi

Mangochi Police station is keeping in custody Justine Matola aged 18 for allegedly killing a 60-year old woman over witchcraft accusations. Mangochi police public relations officer Rodrick Maida said the incident occurred on the night of December 16 2019 at Mgundaphiri village, Traditional Authority Mponda in the district. “Preliminary investigations …

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Muslim Youth United, QECH sign MoU on wards adoption

Muslim Youth United (MYU) and Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) today have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the adoption of two wards that MYU is supporting at the Blantyre based referral hospital. MYU Chairman Abdullah Panjwani and QECH Director, Dr Samson Ndolo signed the agreement. The agreement will …

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Muslim students are game changers- NAMSA Chairperson

National Muslim Students Association (NAMSA) Chairperson Yassin Sadi says Muslim students in the country are game changers. Sadi made the remarks last night when addressing the students on how NAMSA has planned to serve them. The students courted NAMSA to clarify on how it has planned to execute duties after …

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MAM honours Mufti Abbas with primary school in Mangochi

Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM) has constructed a primary school in Mangochi district to honour late Muslim scholar, Mufti Abbas Qassim. MAM Deputy National Treasurer Bujard Kalera told Malawi Muslim Website that Mufti Abbas contributed a lot to Islam hence naming the school after him. “Mufti Abbas was a well-known …

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MYU Launches feeding program at QECH: Pledges to support two wards, donates several items

Muslim Youth United (MYU) has launched a three year feeding program at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) during a ceremony held yesterday at Mpingwe Sports Club in Blantyre. During the ceremony, the Islamic organisation also donated wheelchairs, walking sticks, blankets, crutches and unveiled that MYU will be supporting two major …

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