Guard against indiscipline – Imam advises Muslim youth

Sheikh Mustapha Harruna, Ashaiman Chief Imam, has advised Muslim youth to guard against indiscipline and lawlessness to ensure peace and development in their communities.

Sheikh Harruna told Muslim youth that their acts of indiscipline would tarnish the good image of Islam and appealed to them to refrain from indulging in social vices.

Interacting with newsmen at Ashaiman, he said Muslim youth should engage in viable ventures that would contribute to national development and that Ghanaians should see themselves as one people and continue to live in peace.

Sheikh Harruna urged politicians to deliver on their campaign promises to ensure that the confidence reposed in them by the electorate remained intact and also, they should advise their followers to engage in healthy political discourse to advance the country’s democracy.

Source: GNA

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