LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)– Ahlus Sunnah Foundation (ASF), one of the country’s Islamic charitable organisation on Thursday, January 16, 2020 opened new magnificent education centre and mosque ( Masjid al- Mustafa) in the capital Lilongwe.
The facility’s education centre consists of Secondary School, Islamic and tailoring areas with 208 learners , 60 (learns) and 66 girls (students) respectively.
ASF education centre aims at providing scholarships to uplift the underprivileged communities through education, relief and sustainable activities.
ASF education centre Principal Hassan Abdul Malick told the Maravi Post after opening the new facility that is geared to provide scholarships to uplift the underprivileged communities through education, relief and sustainable activities.
Malick encourages parents and guardians to embrace religious schools for their children spiritual growth and discipline.
“This facility will provide Islamic, secular and tailoring education for students drawn across the board. This is foundation of the discipline education facility which every parents and guardians must embrace.
“Most religious schools produce outstanding and disciplined students that contribute greatly to country’s developmental agenda,” lauds Malick.
Established February 14, 2015 by Malawian of Asian originMoulana Nabeel Hanif Ismail, ASF’s education centre has been providing good quality Secondary schools free of cost specifically for the underprivileged communities in Malawi for the purposes of imparting knowledge to all students accepted for registration at the teaching institution.