Ref: PR/AF/2016/07                                                 

The Africa Federation officials comprising of the Honorary Secretary, Alhaj Hussein Karim and the Chairman of the Economic and Housing Development Board, Alhaj Akil Hirji visited Bukoba Jamaat on September 20 and 21. This was following the aftermath of the Earthquake of 5.9 magnitude that struck Bukoba district near the western shore of Lake Victoria in North West of Tanzania on September 10, 2016, where sadly most of the casualties and damage occurred.

The purpose of the visit was to meet officials of the Jamaat and our Community members, it was also to assess the extent of damage caused by the Earthquake to the properties in the mosque compound and other Jamaat properties as well as properties belonging to other members of the Jamaat and evaluate a kind of assistance that may be required.

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CIRCULAR NO: JMT/26/16                                             

The Africa Federation Youth Network (AYN) in collaboration with the other Boards of the Africa Federation is pleased to inform all our constituent Jamaats under Africa Federation that it is organizing the AFED Girls Youth Camp - 2016 for girls, age 12 – 16 years during the December 2016 holidays at a venue to be announced shortly.
AYN with the support of trained mentors, experienced facilitators and renowned speakers shall be launching this Camp filled with excitement, enrichment and development of various talents and skills for young campers.
The Camp shall include: 

  • Lectures on various topics. i.e. Religious, Social Values and Healthcare
  • Sports and Indoor Activities 
  • Field Trips and Team Building & Interactive Exercises
  • Personal Development Time 
  • Time Management, Critical Thinking, Mentoring and Public Speaking

Mentors shall undergo development in order to deliver effectively the objectives of the programme.
More information and details of the Camp will follow in due course Insha’allah.
Hussein A. Karim
Hon Secretary

CIRCULAR NO: AFED/AFTAB/25/16                                

The Chairman of the Africa Federation, Alhaj Shabir Najafi is pleased to announce the appointment of Alhaj Seyed Hassan Naqvi as the Chairman of the Africa Federation Tabligh Board for the term 2016 - 2019.
Seyed Hassan has served in the same position for two terms, from 2011 – 2016. His vast experience and dedication in the field of Tabligh will provide added advantage in meeting the goals and objectives of the Board. 
Brief Profile

Seyed Hassan Naqvi is the eldest son of late Maulana Seyed Ansar Hussein Naqvi one of the first Missionaries to serve our community in Africa.
Seyed Hassan is the Director of Thornswift Investments Ltd. and operating a transport & logistics company based in Dar es Salaam since 2007.

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A Continuous Development Program (CPD) for Mubaligheen was hosted by the Bilal Muslim Mission, Kigoma branch covering Mubaligheen from Lake and West Zones of Tanzania. It was held from 28th August to 3rd September 2016 and attended by 35 Muballigheen from centers that include Tabora, Singida, Kagera, Kigoma and Mwanza.

The Opening Ceremony was attended by the Chairman of Central Bilal Board (CBB) Alhaj Mohsin Lalji (Sheni) who was the Chief Guest; he lauded the Mubaligheen with appreciation of the Tabligh work being carried out.
The CBB Chairman also advised further that in order to develop and enhance the Tabligh activities the Mubaligheen should emphasize unity between the Muslim Ummah and to carry out Tabligh with wisdom.

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Report No.063                                                  



Once again BMM-Tanga sponsored its Hawza student who stood first in Exams to visit the House of Allah (SWT). This year the lucky student is  Abdallah Mgomba of 4th year at Al Qaaim Hawza. We thank the generous donor for making this spiritual journey possible and pray to the Almighty to reward them in this world and the hereafter.

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Ref: AF/PR/2016/006                                           

At about 3.27 p.m. on Saturday, 10th September, 2016, an earthquake of 5.9 (initially reported as 5.7 magnitude on Richter scale) was recorded at a depth of 6 miles (10km), 27 miles (44km) from the northwestern town of Bukoba and near the western shore of Lake Victoria. The tremors of the earthquake were felt as far as Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda and Kenya.  As the Earthquake lasted for almost 45 seconds the devastation was substantial, flattening a great number of houses.
The death toll has risen to 16 and about 253 reported injured in the devastating earthquake. 840 Houses flattened, and 1264 damage structures and properties; as a result many families were rendered homeless. Much of the damage and many of the injuries and fatalities are believed to have been inflicted by building collapses in Bukoba in Kagera region, between Bukoba Town and the epicenter of the earthquake further to the North.

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My Dear Community Members,
Salaamun Alaikum.
On behalf of the Africa Federation Office Bearers, Trustees and Councilors, and on my own behalf, I extend our best wishes to you on the occasion of Eid ul Adha – The Festival of Sacrifice - “Eid Mubarak”.

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CIRCULAR NO: JMT/23/16                                       


Jamaats in Africa are informed that there will be a Penumbral Lunar Eclipse on Friday 16th September 2016 (14th Zilhajj 1437).
The eclipse will begin at 07.54 p.m. and will reach its maximum at 09.54 p.m.  The eclipse will end at 11.53 p.m. (East African time).

For more details, including animation for the eclipse visit:
Moomineen are requested to offer Namaaz-e-Ayaat in the areas where the Eclipse visibly occurs.

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