Ghana Muslim Mission loses its Greater Accra regional imam
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Accra: Lieutenant Colonel Sheikh Nuruddin Quaye, the Greater Accra Regional Imam of the Ghana Muslim Mission (GMM), has passed on.

He died at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital on Sunday, May 5, 2024, after suffering from an undisclosed illness.

His Janaza (Islamic funeral rites) is expected to take place on Monday, May 6, 2024, at the Teshie Military Training School (Teshie Barracks) in Accra at 10 a.m. 

The National Secretariat of the Ghana Muslim Mission announced the demise of the beloved Imam in a press statement, where it extended its condolences to the immediate family of the deceased and the entire Muslim community in Ghana.

Until his demise, Lt. Col. Sheikh Quaye, who happened to be the Assistant National Imam of the mission, was very active with his clerical duties.

He would be remembered for his incessant call on fellow Muslims to be steadfast in the worship of Allah and have a direct connection with Allah.

The Ghana Muslim Mission is a non-sectarian, non-tribal, and non-political Islamic religious organisation formed by some Ghanaian Muslims in 1957 to enlighten Muslims and non-Muslims alike about the right teachings and practices of the Islamic religion as taught and practiced by Prophet Mohammed (PBUH).

It is also to mobilise resources through halal means to embark on development-focused Islamic projects throughout the country.

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