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Religious discrimination: Muslim leaders call for calm among members

Muslims Prayer2 The National Leadership of Muslims in Ghana is calling for calm among its members as they dialogue with stakeholders on the issue of religious discrimination in the country. According to them, they are working with key stakeholders to ensure a strict adherence to the provision of the constitution on freedom of faith and worship for all. A statement from the Chief Imam’s office Wednesday, said the recent demonstration by Muslims in the Western Region was an isolated case “born out of long frustration” since such occurrences in the past have been met by dialogue with concerned institutional heads. The » Read More

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