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By Abdulai Tejan Jalloh President COMAHS 27th October, 2012

In a bid to practice the Sunnah of our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) to visit the sick because it helps one to reflect and take heed, as those who are ill are close to Allah Ta'ala. The College of Medicine Muslim Jama’at in Collaboration with the Islamic Dawah Sisters, IPAM and University of Sierra Leone has paid a visit to the patients at Connaught and P.C.M. Hospitals.

In his remarks the president of the college of medicine Muslim Jama’at Abdulai Tejan Jalloh said that as part of their responsibility as Muslim students in the university is to remember those that are going through the trials of Allah so that they will encourage them to be enduring, be prayerful and at the by the Allah’s grace all will be well with them.

The president Brother Abdulai Tejan Jalloh reveals that every year the College Muslim Jama’at and Islamic Dawah Sisters in Collaboration with other Muslims in other institution usually raise funds so that they will share with patients in the hospitals. He encourage other institutions to take up their responsibility as reported in the hadith Abu Hurayra that the Messenger of Allah said A Muslim has five rights over another Muslim, returning the greeting, visiting the sick, joining funeral processions, accepting invitations and blessing those who sneeze.

In his words of consolation to patients the Imam of IPAM Muslim Jama’at Brother Muctarr Jalloh encourages the patients to be steadfast in their prayers as Allah really loves them. He said that with endurance and prayers they will walk out of the hospital in good health and pray for the Doctors, nurses and other attendance that is looking after the patients.