His suggestion follow the money donated by the National Chief Immam towards building of the National cathedral. He said even though he doesn't support the cathedral project, he finds this gesture so worthy of commendation.
Taking to his Facebook page, Kofi Bentil said the National Imam is an amazingly thoughtful and effective leader. The religious harmony we enjoy in Ghana today can be attributed to his stellar leadership. He is so emotionally intelligent and never seems to make a mistake.
He added that contributing to a Christian project is such an important move for a leader seeking harmony and an clear signal to all that we serve one GOD and never have to fight over that.
He added that it's high time the National Chief Immam name his successor and groom him well to live like him because his kind of man is something that Ghanaians are lucky to have.
"I fervently pray that he will name his successor and groom him to walk in his wisdom" he said
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