Known for his struggle for the Turks and for humanity in Bulgaria, Mümin Gençoğlu was commemorated with mercy on the 30th anniversary of his death.
The Presidency of Overseas Turks and Related Communities (YTB), in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the Republic of Turkey, organized a memorial program for the late Momin Gencioglu, who devoted his life to the struggle for Turkishness and humanity.
Mümin Gençoğlu, who made his name in history with his struggle for the Turks and humanity in Bulgaria, was mercifully commemorated on the 30th anniversary of his death.
In the organized program, the late Gençoğlu is commemorated with his favorite folk songs, in addition to the exhibition compiled from archive footage and recordings.
The head of Turks Abroad and Related Communities (YTB), Abdullah Eren, shared on his social media account the struggle for Turkishness and humanity, and the late Mumen Gençoglu, the “father of immigrants.”
Eren shared about Gençoğlu, “We celebrated the memory of the saint with his favorite folk songs as well as the exhibition that we compiled from archive footage and recordings. May God have mercy on our past, who dedicated their lives to the Turkish and Islamic identity in different geographical areas, and who sought the ordeal. We talked about his life that began He was orphaned at a very young age and became an “immigrant father”, and his struggle for the Turks in Bulgaria is in a book bearing his name. I hope it will be useful in the studies on Mumen Gençoğlu and in understanding this precious sheikh of the generations. We tried to repay the debt of loyalty to another person who devoted his life to Turkishness and our people On the 30th anniversary of his death, our Minister of Industry and Technology, Mustafa Varank
We held it in Bursa, with the participation of the family of the deceased and our honorable guests. “He made his remarks.
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