Chief Imam supports National Cathedral with GH¢50,000


The National Chief Imam, Sheik Osman Nuhu Sharubutu, has given GH¢50,000 to help the asset activation for the development of the National Cathedral to guarantee its initial culmination.

The motion is to additionally reinforce the fortitude and altruism among Muslims and Christians and highlight the requirement for all strict beliefs in the nation to cooperate towards guaranteeing strict collaboration and agreement.

He made the show when a designation from the Board of Trustees of the National Cathedral approached him at his home at Fadama in Accra yesterday.

Among the appointment was the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Apostle Professor Kwadwo Nimfour Opoku Onyinah, who is the quick past Chairman of the Church of Pentecost, and the

Metropolitan Archbishop of Cape Coast, the Most Rev. Gabriel Charles Palmer-Buckle.

The visit was to praise the Chief Imam on the culmination of the National Mosque and furthermore concise him on the advancement so far made on the development of the National Cathedral.

Sheik Sharubutu said his signal was likewise to additional offer confidence to the quiet concurrence among Christians and Muslims in the nation and accentuated that both strict gatherings followed their starting points to a typical source and should, hence, do everything they could to keep away from any variety and backing one another.

“We are living in harmony, and there is no disharmony or struggle among strict gatherings in the country. This is a sort of favor that is special to our country on the grounds that different countries don’t have it. We should see the value in that and do whatever we can to secure it.

“Let us not permit governmental issues to interfere with us and break our relationship. Allow us to keep governmental issues to the side, so we the devotees of various religions can get joined together and discourse among us so that we will develop our bond and afterward help our country,” Sheik Sharubutu pushed.

He said the production of people into races and ethnic gatherings was not for humankind to be immersed in ceaseless conflict a lot, yet rather for people to recognize each other.

The Chief Imam communicated his energy about the gathering and prompted that both strict gatherings should uphold one another and consistently meet up to reestablish congruity at whatever point there was any misconception.

“I’m amped up for this gathering and I am glad you came to help us when we initiated the National Mosque. We also will respond to that motion when the National Cathedral is finished,” he said.

Missionary Onyinah offered his thanks to the Chief Imam for the good thought, saying that it was a signal which showed love and development.

“I’m shy of words and I simply don’t have the foggiest idea what to say. This isn’t something we should underestimate; it is a significant privilege and we should recognize it.

“I accept many individuals, including Christians and Muslims, will follow what the Chief Imam has done, with the goal that we won’t utilize our variety to battle however display love for each other and meet up as individuals of God and Ghanaians,” Apostle Onyinah, who is additionally a previous President of the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council, said.

He noticed that the Chief Imam was an embodiment of effortlessness and love and an incredible illustration of how individuals of God should act.

He appealed to God for the manageability of Sheik Sharubutu’s heritage to urge other strict pioneers to likewise show