Keep to your promises, Ahmadiyya muslim youth wing tells Tinubu

The Youth wing of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya Nigeria, have called on the President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to ensure that he fulfill the promises he has made to Nigerians in order to move the country forward.

The national youth wing president of the association, Roqib Akintunde Akinyemi
gave the advice in Akure, the Ondo state capital at a press conference to kick start the 49th annual national Ijtema convention, entitled; “Upholding the institution of Khilafah through activities of Nizam-e-jama’at.”

According to him, what has made Nigeria lack behind was the lack of fulfilling promises by leaders who have governed the country.

Akinyemi said; “Tinubu should leave by the promises he has made to Nigerians and by show doing Nigeria will move forward.

“There must be justice at the point in time, and when there is justice there will be peace. If we want peace to reign in our society, there must be justice.

“Every stakeholders must be given what is due to them. So we as citizens of Nigeria we are going to obey the authority while the president of the nation must fulfill his promises too because it’s because of the promises we voted for him.

“Tinubu must be committed to the development of this nation, he should engage youths of nowadays to move the country forward through their wisdom and knowledge.

“The simple way for the developing nation to get there is for the leaders whom have been voted for to leave by their promises and they should ensure that all what they are doing are done with the sincerity of purpose.”

Speaking on their 49th annual national convention, holding in Owo between June 7 and 10, 2023, Akinyemi said; “the theme of this year’s Ijtema underscores the significance of preserving and promoting the concept of Khilafah and the role of Nizam-e-Jama’at in society.

“The convention aims to deepen the participants’ understanding of these principles and inspire them to play an active role in their implementation within the Muslim community.

“A good understanding of this theme is critical to peace and harmony in our community and to our individual moral and spiritual success. The primary purpose of creation is to serve our Creator as the Holy Qur’an 51 vs 57 states; “And I have not created the Jinn and the men, but they may worship Me”. It is also our responsibility to serve humanity and give back to our community.”


Over 2000 participants across the 16 states in Nigeria will take part in the 49th annual convention.