Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Ghana: Doctor from Daboase Ahmadiyya Hospital says to avoid early sex to prevent cervical cancer

Dr Ibrahim said this at the "31st Regional Annual Lajna Immailah Rally" organised by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Women's Organisation at Daboase in the Wassa East District.

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By Mildred Siabi-Mensah | May 8, 2017

Daboase (WR) May 8, GNA - Dr Shimaila Ibrahim medical doctor in charge of the Daboase Ahmadiyya Hospital has entreated young ladies, especially teenagers to desist from engaging in early sex to prevent cervical cancer.

She explained that about 90 per cent of cancers were caused by the Human Papilloma Virus which was a sexually transmitted disease, and that if young ladies engage in causal and pre-marital sex, they were at a higher risk of acquiring Cervical cancer.

Dr Ibrahim said this at the "31st Regional Annual Lajna Immailah Rally" organised by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Women's Organisation at Daboase in the Wassa East District.

It was on the theme:"Self Reformation, A Pathway to Salvation".

Dr Ibrahim urged the women to go for check-ups at the hospital at least every three years for early detection and treatment of the disease.

Mrs Fatima Eshun Abass, the secretary for NAIB TARBIYYAT urged Muslims to desist from sin and abide by the teachings of Allah to attain salvation.

She added that most people sin with the notion that Allah was merciful and would pardon them, but that they should bear in mind that Allah was also best in punishment.

Mrs Abass who was the guest speaker, encouraged Muslims to be proud and bold to profess

their faith and religion and not be ashamed of it, especially with their dressing (Purdah).

Madam Zinara Ibrahim, a participant said she had been abreast with the teachings of Islam and prayed and hoped that Allah would help all of them to abide by the teachings to attain salvation.

The Lajna Immailah is a Women's wing organization within the Ahmadiyya Muslim community, which has its international headquarters in Pakistan.

The association aims at improving the living conditions of Ahmadi Muslim women and young girls and the development of their moral and spiritual lives.


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