As part of efforts to enhance education in the Muslim Communities in Ghana, the Tijaniya Muslim Council is embarking on a fundraising drive towards the construction of an ultra modern educational complex.
Led by its Supreme Leader and President Sheikh Ahmed Abul-Faid maikano, the council hopes to leverage on the benevolence of well-to-do Muslims, individuals and organisations interested in the progress of the marginalised Muslim communities, particularly in the area of education, to realise this dream.
According to the Council, the facility, which will be constructed at Pru in the Bono Region, will inculcate into its curriculum a comprehensive Islamic Studies across the various levels of education in Ghana.
A formal launch of the fundraising drive was held at the Teachers' Hall in Accra last Sunday, August 7, 2022.
The event was attended by the national and regional exclusives of Tijaniya Muslim Council of Ghana.
Other Key personalities who graced the launch included Ghana's former Ambassador to Egypt and Saudi Arabia, Alhaji Sinari.
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