Alhaji Farouk Hamza, the vice chairman and director of finance for the Ghana Hajj Board, has received praise from an imam who practices Islam for his crucial role in airlifting pilgrims to the Hajj for this year's event. The Islamic Cleric wrote on Facebook, "Congratulations for successful Tamale operations.
I hope your next operations in Accra are a success. All is well thus far. Ghana's Pilgrims Affairs Office. To keep Accra busy for three days following four successful days of activities in Tamale the previous week, he added. I wish Accra's Hajj management team and agents association continued success with their activities. As of now, so nice.
His praise came after the 1685 pilgrims were successfully airlifted into Tamale Airport despite the initial difficulties some of the pilgrims created. The Board declared that it would airlift 3069 people by the deadline of July 2nd from Accra.
Alhaji Farouk Hamza, Vice Chairman and Director of Finance of the Ghana Hajj Board, was recognized as the Best Hajj Member of the Year 2019/2020 by Muslim Group Ghana, organizers of the Ghana Muslim Excellence Awards, for his contributions and efforts over the years to the success of the Hajj Operation.
Alhaji Farouk Hamza received praise for his contributions to the accomplishments of the Hajj Board in Ghana in a vibrant and professionally conducted event. In recognition of his kindness toward those in need in the Muslim communities of the Northern, Savannah, and Upper East Regions, Alhaji Hamza also got the Muslim Heroes award.
Alhaji Hamza has been in the forefront in ensuring correct administrative structure and decency of Hajj Operation today, according to the event coordinator, Alhaji Halidu Abubakar Galaxy.
He continued by saying that the award was given to him as part of his efforts to empower young people and the elderly in Muslim communities, as well as to honor or appreciate his work as a member of the Hajj Board.
The goal of the Ghana Muslim Excellence Awards was to recognize and award devout Muslims who have worked hard to advance the Zangos, including Muslim Chiefs, philanthropists, journalists, and politicians.
The award ceremony, which took place on November 28, 2020, at the Cantonment Police Mosque in Accra, was well-attended and featured prominent Muslims, including chiefs, Imams, businessmen, legislators, and entrepreneurs.
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