Attack On Prof Frimpong Boateng Uncalled For – Sheikh Armiyau

Haj Saeed Jallo   The Ghanaian Muslim community has been cautioned against making politics out of the ‘suggestions’ made by the Environment, Science, Technology and Innovative Minister to the effect that “Muslim leaders must consider calling their adherents to prayers through text and WhatsApp messaging.” In a telephone interview with your authoritative Islamic

COMOG Adds Its Voice To The Call On EC To Quicken Its Pace In Declaring Results (Read The Full Statement)

PRESS STATEMENT 8TH DECEMBER COMOG CALLS FOR CALM The leadership of the Coalition of Muslim Organizations, Ghana (COMOG) wishes to call on all Ghanaians, especially the key political stakeholders to remain calm as we await the final declaration of the 2016 Presidential Results. Indeed COMOG has taken note of the anxiety and tension building

PRESS RELEASE ISSUED BY NETWORK OF MUSLIM PROFESSIONALS-GHANA (NMPG) ON THE NEED TO ENSURE VIOLENCE-FREE ELECTIONS IN GHANA 5th December, 2016

Takoradi As we go for the polls on the 7th of December, 2016, the Network of Muslim Professionals-Ghana (NMPG) is calling on all Ghanaian Muslims for the sake of Allah and love of country to exercise their democratic rights by voting in peace; devoid of rancour, intimidation, and violence. We must first

Avoid Voting Malpractices-Ghanaian Muslims Told

Written By Alhassan M. Baidoo Tension in the 2016 Presidential and Parliamentary elections has moved the Coalition of Muslim Organizations, Ghana (COMOG) to yesterday issue a directive, calling on Muslim youth and parents in the country to avoid voting malpractices. The statement, signed by the General Secretary to the Organization, Hajj Abdel-Manan

Akufo-Addo will discriminate against Muslims if elected – Collins Dauda

Source: Starrfmonline Local Government and Rural Development Minister, Alhaji Collins Dauda has advised Muslims in the country to vote against the NPP and its presidential candidate if they do not want to suffer discrimination. According to him, the Danquah-Busia-Dombo tradition has a long history of discriminating against Muslims when they are in

MP For Effia Condemns Muslim Rights Violations By Some Heads Of Institutions

Written By Rukayyatu Mohammed Billa The Member of Parliament for the Effia constituency of the Western Region of Ghana, Hon. Joseph Cudjoe has called on institutional heads to respect the rights of Muslims and stop trampling on their freedom. He reminded them that the national constitution guarantees all the freedom of