A Waqf Motorbike Supports Rahmat’s Da’wah Work

To reach the village where he preaches, Rahmat Abdullah, a Muslim preacher from Mamuju, West Sulawesi, has to travel long distances. His journey is not always smooth as he has to go through difficult roads. To support him, Aksi Cepat Tanggap provides a motorbike from the waqf funds.

Waqf motorbike for Rahmat. (ACTNews)

ACTNews, MAMUJU – Rahmat Abdullah, a Muslim preacher from Mamuju, West Sulawesi, has devoted himself to teaching Islam for years. He has always been fervent in doing his job although it’s not always easy and smooth.

To get to the place where he preaches, he has to take public transport or walk. Not having his own vehicle has slowed down his mobility.

“One of the remote areas where I serve is in Central Mamuju. Sometimes I have to use public transportation or borrow a relative's motorbike to get there. Still, the road is quite difficult," said Rahmat.

Aksi Cepat Tanggap donated a waqf motorbike to facilitate his preaching. The handing over of the motorbike took place at ACT Mamuju Branch Office and was attended by representatives from West Sulawesi Provincial Government Welfare Bureau and the donors.  

“This waqf motorbike is a tangible manifestation of support from ACT and the donors for Islamic preaching at the remote parts of Indonesia. We pray that this vehicle can further encourage the preacher and bring reward to the donors,” said ACT Mamuju Branch Manager Bakri Rahmat, Tuesday (12/21/2021).

 “This program is not a coincidence, but indeed Allah has destined us donors and ACT to be the bridge of goodness for all of us to help the people. We hope that ACT’s humanitarian works can be further expanded especially to the people in Mamuju," said Imran, one of the donors. []