Ghana Muslim Mission to roll out youth development programmes

The Ghana Muslim Mission (GMM) is to roll out more youth development programmes to assist young persons to become economically self-supporting.

Sheikh Dr Amin Bonsu, Deputy National Chief Imam of the Mission, said this would include entrepreneurship, agricultural and vocational skills training.

There would also be an intensive health education campaign and the teaching of the Quran.

Sheikh Dr Amin Bonsu, who is also the Director of the Amen Herbal Hospital, told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in Kumasi that the Mission was determined to do everything it could to help the youth to lead decent and responsible lives.

He described as worrying the increasing waywardness associated with young people and said “we need to act together to tackle this to assure the nation of a better future.”

Sheikh Dr Amin Bonsu said to enable the Mission to generate funds to support its projects and programmes it had established a teak plantation at Beposo in the Sekyere Central District and an orange farm at Abira near Barekese in the Atwima-Nwabiagya District.

Source: GNA

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  1. saeed qureshi says

    Gr8 thinks for the development of muslim youths future.
    Its a well inspired,this is very much needed for the upliftment of our brother/sisters in faith.May Allah shower his spl blessings,merci and bountiness.

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