The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has so far established 26 radio stations for the propagation of Islam globally.
This was part of the 2022 progress report of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community delivered by the world leader of the Islamic community, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, at the just concluded Jalsa Salana, held at the Hadeeqah Ahmad, Alton, on the outskirts of London, United Kingdom.
The radio stations’ programmes, according to Mirza Masroor Ahmad, focus on news, discussions, documentary on the exemplary life of Holy Prophet Muhammad, the rightly guided Caliphs, founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and Friday sermons of the world leader of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
Two of the radio stations, he said, are located in Nigeria and Burkina Faso, with the one in Nigeria broadcasting in Yoruba, Hausa, Arabic and English languages. The programmes, he added, are rebroadcast on local channels as sponsored programmes in local dialects.
“In Ghana, Muslim Television Ahmadiyya, MTA International, has opened a terrestrial studio for local broadcast of news and programmes. This will complement the MTA Africa studios broadcast in the country and other parts of Africa.
Credit: Ahmadiyya Muslim