The joy of the Gbongan Muslim Ummah in Ayedaade Local Government Area of Osun State, South-West Nigeria could not be quantified as no fewer than 52 non-Muslims embraced Islam, the only true religion ordained by Allah for Mankind.
The reverts, comprised mainly of pastors, evangelists, prophets and prophetesses, embraced the religion after comparative sessions at the 2-day event tagged, “Facts of Salvation” hosted by the Gbongan Muslim Community in conjunction with the Academy of Islamic Propagation (ACADIP).
Leading the sessions, Mallam Yusuf Adepoju, the Chief Lecturer of ACADIP, dug deeply into the Qur’an and the Bible, giving an insightful comparative analysis of salvation in Islam and Christianity.
The reverts gave their testimonies on the stage, giving accounts of their journeys from darkness to the light (Islam).
Contained in a statement released by the Academy titled “B R E A K I N G… FIFTY-TWO NON-MUSLIMS EMBRACED ISLAM IN GBONGAN!!!”, it was noted that the number of the reverts have skyrocketed to 103 at the October-November 2019 ACADIP Lecture Series.
Glory be to Allah !!! Not less than 52 Non-Muslims voluntarily and publicly embraced Islam during the just concluded ACADIP 2-Day Public Lecture, held November 8th & 9th, 2019 at St. Patrick’s Grammar School, Gbongan, Osun State.
“The whole town stood agog for two days, as there was massive turn-out of the attendees. Thousands of Muslim faithfuls from many parts of the Country converged in the ancient town”.
“However, the number of Reverts to Islam at this “October-November 2019 ACADIP Lecture Series” has therefore increased to One Hundred and Three (103). Allahu Akbar!!”, it noted.
It further revealed the line up of activities of the academy in the state.
“Meanwhile, as ACADIP Train of Salvation moves to Modakeke & Imesi-Ile on Nov. 22nd & 23rd and Nov. 29th & 30th 2019 respectively, more Non-Muslims are, by Allah’s mercy, expected to embrace the Truth”.
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