Kwahu West Municipal Assembly Donates to Muslim Community
Items have been donated by the Kwahu West Municipal Assembly in the Eastern Region to help the municipality’s Eid-al-Adha celebration this year.
On Friday, July 8, the Municipal Chief Executive for the Kwahu West, Hon. Yaw Owusu Addo, delivered the things to the Muslim community and thanked them for their contributions to national development and promotion of peace.
The Assembly worked with Hon. Joseph Frempong, the MP for the Nkawkaw Consituency, to organize the donation as it was presented.
“We are here to present these items to our brothers as they celebrate the Eid-ul-adha. This is a donation by the Assembly and the MP for our constituency to support our Muslim bothers celebration. We are supporting today for their immense contribution to peace, development and their prayers for our beloved country and that is why the MP and the Assembly have collaborated to assist with these items”, he conceded
20 sacks of rice, 10 cartons of tin tomatoes, and 10 cartons of Frytol were among the things displayed.
Sheikh Ismailah Ahmed, the secretary to the Imam who accepted the gifts on behalf of the Municipal Chief Imam, praised the MP and the Assembly for their tremendous forethought in making such a great decision to support Eid-al-Adha.
“On behalf of the Municipal Chief Imam and the Zongo Chief, I will commend the Assembly and the MP for this generous gesture.
In our history, today signifies that those of us who couldn’t make it to Mecca, we must fast and if you heard the MCE talk about fasting, today means we must fast and we thank the MCE and the MP for providing us these items to break our fast. We pray that Allah will bless Kwahu and Ghana at large”.