Popular Islamic prayer group, Allahu Fathiu Mujeeb prayer group international has taken a proactive action in galvanising the members of the society in the neighbouring country, Benin Republic in order for them to swing into action by holding firm to their statutory duties to the course of Allah.
The appearance of the Chief Missioner cum founder of the society
Fadhilat Sheikh Abdulwaheed Oluwadamilare Balogun popularly known as “Olulove” into the midst of the Ajashe’s (Benin Republic) branch of the society came as a shock and his appearance amazingly streamlined and strengthened the members to be more steadfast in their commitment to the work of Allah.
During the visit, the leader of the society inculcate the idea of being pious and remain steadfast in the course of Allah and the expected reward from their lord here in the world and the hereafter in them.
Almujeeb Chief Missioner enjoined all the members there present at the gathering among which were members from Cotonou branch of the society headed by their branch missioner, Alhaji Abdou Azize Inoussa to be United and focus on their duties to the deen (religion) of Allah, he therefore admonished them on the need to respect their leaders and always adhere to their order and vice versa.
Appreciating the chief missioner visitation, the branch missioner of Allah Fathiu Mujeeb Ajashe’s branch, Elhadji Olalokuon Fatiou Adedjobi described the impromptu visitation of their leader as a wake up call for all members to be more proactive in their guess to uphold their duties to the work of Allah.
The branch missioner on behalf of all members promised to give-in all it takes to ensure unity and cooperation stressing further that the much anticipated April 25, prayer at the Ikorodu, Lagos head quater shall be bombarded by his members.
Recall with no iota of doubt, one of the Islamic societies that are winning souls to the vineyard of Allah via the signs and wonders ignited by the congregational prayer is Allahu Fathiu Mujeeb prayer international.
The society holds her Asalatul prayer every Sunday and a special congregational prayer titled “lateef” which holds every Thursday morning before the expiration of Lagos market sanitation time.
Note worthy, Almujeeb was founded fourteen years ago under the leadership of Epe, Lagos-born Sheikh, Abdulwaheed Oluwadamilare Balogun aka Olulove with their headquarters at the new acquired four million naira landed properties at No 9, Olusesi Street, Anibaba, Ikorodu, Lagos State.