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Bilal Muslim Mission Tanga Branch has appointed new teachers for Hawzatul Qaim to ensure continuous improvement, maintain high standard of training and provide a high standard and quality of religious knowledge to the students at the Hawza.

Profile - Sheikh Amiri R. Kipingu

Sheikh Kipingu was born in Muheza district, Tanga and underwent his Certificate Course in Islamic Studies at Ahlulbayt Centre, Arusha before proceeding to Syria for his Diploma in Islamic studies. He headed the Arabic language and Tabligh department at Wali-ul-Asr Seminary in Kibaha, Dar es Salaam for 5 years, from 2001 to 2006 before joining Hawzatul Qaim as Vice Mudir in 2007.

Sheikh Amiri Kipingu who was the Vice Mudir of Hawzatul Qaim, has taken over the post of Mudir following the departure of Maulana Arif Naqvi who has recently joined Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanzania, at the Head Office in Dar es Salaam as head of Tabligh.
Sheikh Kipingu has played a vital role in establishing Hawzatul Qaim (ATF) and with his excellent leadership qualities, discipline and dedication, we expect the Hawza to ascend to greater heights in the training of Mubaligheens.

Profile - Sayyid Mussawi
Sayyid Mussawi was born in the city of Shush, South of Iran.  He obtained a Degree in Islamic studies from University of Qum, Iran and worked in his home town from 2000 to 2010. From 2010 onwards he continued with his work in the Holy City of Qum.
Sayyid Mussawi has 14 years of experience in running Hawza and Tabligh activities in Iran and has now been appointed as a teacher at the Hawza in Tanga.

The entire team of Bilal Muslim Mission - Tanga branch extends their warm welcome to Sayyid Mussawi and his family to Tanga, and wishes both, Sheikh Amiri Kipingu and Sayyid Mussawi success in their new appointments and wish them successful and fulfilling tenure.

BMMT Secretariat
H.O. Dar es Salaam

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