Ghanaians seem to have divided opinions recently as Muslim students in Wesley Girls Senior High School have been denied their right to worship freely. This has prompted Muslims all over the country to come together to champion the course of Islam.
Muslims in Ghana have begun the mobilisation of funds to build a first class Senior High School for the blind. The proposed school complex would be equipped with classrooms, ICT laboratory, General Science Laboratory, vast playground, an administration block and serene atmosphere.
Muslims in Ghana are likely to support this initiative as Muslim students in this ultra modern school would not be compelled to attend church service.
Again, they (Muslim Students) will not be barred from Fasting and performing salat.
This move is the first of its kind by Muslims in Ghana. If Muslims undertake more of these projects, they will be rubbing shoulders with the likes of Methodist and Roman Catholic Churches.
It is worthy to note that, the school would not serve only Muslims if completed, but the people from different socio-cultural backgrounds.
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