Chief Imam calls on Muslims and Christians to maintain peace in Ghana
The Songhai National Chief Imam of Ghana, Sheik Abdul Malik Rahman Maiga revealed that such action by Wesley girls school's authorities should not be repeated.
The Songhai National Chief Imam of Ghana, Sheik Abdul Malik Rahman Maiga has called on Muslims and Christians to be at peace with each other regardless of the circumstances.
The Chief addressed the media during Quranic Recitation commentary to the Muslims at Kasoa with the aim of equipping them with the Quran.
The Songhai Chief Imam, referring to Wesley girls saga said, such action by the school authorities against Muslims can never bring peace in a country, so he is calling on Christian and Muslims to come together as one family to maintain the treasured unity.
According to the chief, a Muslim can be in a Christian school whiles a Christian can also attend a Muslim school if harmony exists.
Sheik Abdul Malik Rahman Maiga emphasized that such humiliation at the Wesley girls school should not be repeated.
Finally, he prayed that freedom of association allows everybody to be with any fellowship of their choice so everybody can practice his belief.
"As a Songhai national Chief Imam, I support not the Wesley girls Addimistration what they did to the Muslim girls at the schools.
"I don't expect such a thing to happen again in our Education because Christians and Muslims are one family".
Alex Donkoh Kasoa