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Catholic Church smokes peace pipe with Chief Imam

Catholic Archdiocese of Accra has sent warm felicitations to the National Chief Imam His Eminence Sheik Osman Sharubutu on the event of Eid al-Fitr. 

A message posted on its authority Facebook page looked to demonstrate that the different sides serve one God, are one individuals and highlighted the requirement for harmony. 

It read "Harmony… One God… One Allah… One People" 

This comes days after the Ghana Catholic Bishops' Conference (GCBC) supported the choice by the Methodist Church Ghana on fasting in Mission schools particularly Wesley Girls Senior High School. 

"We, the administration of the CCG and GCBC have followed with unmistakable fascination the conversations about the specialists of Wesley Girls Senior High School, who purportedly kept an understudy from fasting in the continuous Ramadan. 

"We have talked about the issue piously and have considered the different press articulations that a few partners of training have delivered on the matter. 

"We, in this way, wish to express that we took solid special case for the mandates of the Ghana Education Service (GES) gave in their official statement on May 1, 2021 expressed. 

In the interim, Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu needs partners to prepare for strict Chauvinism in the country. 

"We need to prepare for the rise of strict Chauvinism in Ghana and we should all desirously secure and save the harmony in the country… the congruity that exists. Ghana has gained notoriety for quiet concurrence and strict resilience. We don't have to take part in any activity that will subvert that regarded notoriety of our country that has been known as a desert garden of harmony. We ought not forfeit the tranquility on the raised area of strict contrasts yet key basic liberties and opportunities including the rights including the privilege to opportunity of conviction and opportunity of soul", he uncovered.

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