Earlier today, the national chief Imam of Ghana has donated an amount of fifty thousand Ghana cedis (50,000) for the president, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to help in the building of the National cathedral that he promised, when he won the 2016 elections.
As people are well amazed and blessing the chief Imam for his kind heart in the uplifting of the cathedral, a New Patriotic Party member with the name Mohammed Awal posted a picture of the chief Imam and blessed him.
One social media follower of Mohammed Awal commented has spoken and these are her words.
"You can't draw the venerable chief Imam into your useless Politics. Is he a contributory factor to whatever situation you find yourself in?
You people wouldn't mind dragging the glorious image of Jesus Christ and prophet Muhammad into you dirty politics to score your useless political points. Chief Imam does not owe explanation to anyone as far as what he uses his money for."
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