Chief Imam Embrace Moshie Of The Greater Accra Region For Level Respect He Has Achieved For Muslims Community In Ghana

Story Reported By Gideon Kotey

The National Chief Imam, Sheikh Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu has commensurate with the chief of Moshie community in Greater Accra Region Alhaji Is-Hak Suleman(Naaba Sigiri I) for the level of support and respect he has achieved for Muslim community in Ghana.

He prayed for God's protection for chief Naaba Sigiri I, his elders and the leadership of the entire country.Sheikh Nuhu Sharubutu counsel Muslims, especially preachers of Allah words to be honest and truthful wherever they find themselves.

According to him, Ghana is a peace loving country and urged Muslim youth that regardless where they find themselves, they should contribute their quotes to make Ghana a better place.

Speaking at the durbar to mark the 27years of enskinment as chief of moshie community in Greater Accra Region, Alhaji Is-Hak Suleman (Naaba Sigiri I) 27years on the throne is like a journey in a thousand miles with difficulties and challenges but yet he and his elders has been able to overcome it.

He said, as a philanthropist, he would continue to do his best to promote education in the country especially the needy within the Zongo communities.

According to him, Zongo's lack a lot and also warned Muslim youth to let the fear of Allah guide them and to eshew any forms of evil and violence that will occur be it political or any form of.

The colourful commemoration which was highly attended by chiefs, opinion leaders, Imams and Islamic scholars from the length and breadth of the country.

He was optimistic that the youth can strive for excellence to always ask themselves what they can do for the country than engaging themselves into practices that's are not guided by Islamic religion.

The chief also counseled the youth to desist from deviant lifestyle that could bring shame to them and the Islamic religion, but rather they should brace themselves to play an integral role in social affairs and the country as a whole.


Editor: Nii Amon 

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