Baribari community donates to Chief Imam
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Accra: The National Chief Imam, Sheikh Dr Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu has urged Muslims to shun the practice of nosing in the private affairs of fellow Muslims with the aim of finding reputation-denting faults.

The perpetuation of such acts he noted was inimical to fostering good relationships and love for one another.

He also called on Muslims to maintain family ties, stay humble and purge themselves of arrogance, deceit and bad name calling as commanded by the holy Quran.

The chief Imam was speaking at a brief presentation ceremony where the Barbari ethnic community in Ghana presented 140 bags of cement to his office in order to support the Ablekuma Central Mosque project.

The highlight of the ceremony was a Quranic recitation and the cutting of a cake as a way of celebrating the centenary birthday of the chief Imam.

The General Secretary of the Baribari Association of Ghana, Jabir Kango Bun Ameer Yadiga in an interview said the gesture was informed by the need to celebrate the Chief Imam who was the life Patron of the Association.

He also said that the philanthropic nature of the chief Imam that has manifested in the putting up of educational and prayer centres was worthy of support and for that reason called on the public to support such a worthy cause.

“The imam is not interested in owning properties, building houses or buying cars. His heart lies with helping the needy, building the house Of Allah and establishing Islamic schools,” he said.

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