The Chairman of a Kumasi-based Non-Govermental Organisation , (N.G.O), Moslem Executive Foundation (M.E.F) Mr. Abubakari Musa has disclosed that inspite of the open hatred their brothers from the christian religion have in the recent past exhibited against them , Moslems still remain resolute and committed, and would continue to champion a good cause to promote unity, peace and stability to ensure peaceful coexistence at all times.
Speaking to this reporter in reaction to what he termed as a “dehumanising conduct” of the Wesley Girls College, headmistress at Cape Coast for showing religious discrimination against a Moslem female student who was participating in the just ended Ramadan celebration, chairman Musa regretted about the headmistress behaviour.
He noted that Moslem religion, having a strong faith in Allah, whatever hidden agenda one would plot against it, would be exposed, citing the Wesley College issue as a clear indication.
According to chairman Musa, as religious organizations, one expects that both Moslems and Christians would promote a common unity and peace to ensure economic stability, unknown to the Moslems that their Christian brothers and sisters have ill motives where some of them usually hatch wicked agenda to provoke them (Moslems).
Chairman Musa asked, if the headmistress of Wesley College hardly has a wicked agenda against the Moslems, why did she went further to comment about the Moslem’s ultra-modern mosque at Kanda in Accra.
Mr. Musa said aside what happened at Wesley College, his suspicion further heightened, when he watched an audio message from an unknown pastor on a social media attacking Turkish Ambassador in Ghana for building a flashy mosque for Moslems at Kanda in Accra among other expensive projects for Moslems across the country.
Mr Musa bemoaned that unknown to that so-called pastor that the said Kanda “super” mosque was built through the contributions from the Moslems communities within and outside Ghana with additional support from the Turkish Ambassador, the pastor said the Ambassador is gradually turning the country which a Christian state into Islamic country.
Mr Musa however took the opportunity to throw a challenge to the pastor to come forward to give a brief tutorial to Ghanaians on which religion came to Ghana about 500 years ago before Christianity emerged in the country, otherwise the pastor must consider himself as “naive” and treat his so-called Ghana is a Christian country rhytorics with contempt.
Mr. Musa assured that Moslems would continue to love, create peace and unity and see Christians as their true brothers and sisters to move the country forward.
He also expressed the Moslems resolve that by the year 2035, Moslems would spread across the country, standardized educational and mosque facilities to not benefit only the Moslems alone, but also the entire citizens of the country in general.
By Nana Amoah -Kumasi