[ 2012-06-02 ]
Need to preserve Ghana's Democracy- Deputy Chief Imam
Accra, June 1, GNA - Sheikh Kamaludeen Abubakar,
Deputy National Chief Imam on Friday appealed to
Ghanaians to avoid intemperate language that had
the tendency to destroy the nation's multi-party
He made the call when delivering the sermon and
prayers to mark the 33rd anniversary celebration
of June 4 at the Central Mosque in Accra.
Sheikh Abubakar said the prevailing peace,
political stability and sound economic management
in Ghana had been recognised internationally and
had won the country an enviable position as the
beacon of democracy in West Africa.
He noted that Islam stood for peace and that all
Muslims irrespective of their educational or
ethnic background should preach peace and pray
against violence in the country.
Sheikh Abubakkar advised Muslim youths to resist
the temptation of being used by politicians to
foment trouble, adding “muslim youths need better
education and not violence".
Source - GNA
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