27th Periodic Meeting of Divisions Heads
His Excellency Prof. Koutoub Moustapha Sano, Secretary General of the International Islamic Fiqh Academy (IIFA), chaired on Thursday 12th of Jumada Al-Ula 1443H corresponding to December 16, 2021G the twenty-seventh periodic meeting of divisions heads, via Zoom technology, from his residence in the Guinean capital Conakry.
His Excellency began the meeting by welcoming the attendees, thanking everyone for their regular attendance at these important periodic meetings, and their keenness to implement all the decisions and directives issued by them with honesty, accuracy, and professionalism. In the same context, His Excellency the Secretary General welcomed the new employees who attended their first meeting, and inquired about their working conditions at the Academy, wishing them success.
Then His Excellency spoke about his program during his stay in the Republic of Guinea, where he had the honor of meeting His Excellency the President of the Republic, Colonel Mamadi Doumbouya, who confirmed to His Excellency the keenness of the Republic of Guinea to continue supporting the efforts of the Academy and strengthening the bonds of partnership, cooperation and coordination between the Academy and the religious institutions in Guinea. His Excellency also met with His Excellency the Prime Minister and the Head of Government, Mr. Mohamed Beavogui, who, for his part, affirmed Guinea’s commitment to strengthening relations of close cooperation with the Academy, and supporting its intellectual efforts aimed at spreading the true values of Islam, enlightened thought, tolerance and coexistence among peoples and nations.
The meeting discussed a number of issues and took decisions, the most important of which are:
- Urging everyone to attend the periodic meetings, and not to miss them except for compelling excuses.
- Directing the Administrative and Financial Affairs Department to pay the overtime allowance to employees within the current December salary.
- Providing new employees with new computers and changing all the Academy’s computer devices that are more than five years old as stipulated by the regulations.