Monday, 28 July 2014

SCOAN Donates To Muslim Communities In Ghana Towards Eid-Ul-Fitr

As part of efforts to ensure that the needy and people with disability celebrate the Ed-ul-fitr celebration with joy, the Synagogue Church of all Nation Ghana on Saturday donated items and cash to Nima, New Town and Maamobi communities.
The items included 2000 bags of rice, four hundred cartons of vegetable cooking oil and an amount of 10,000 Ghana Cedis.
In an interview with the Ghana Palaver in Accra, the Public Relations Officer of the church, Evangelist Samuel Excellence has called for the strengthening of the bond between Muslims and Christians to sustain their peaceful coexistence in order to love one another.
According to him the donation formed part of the church and prophet TB Joshua desire to show love and responsibility to the Muslim community in Ghana towards the celebration of Eid-ulFitr.
He revealed that the Synagogue church of all nations-Ghana had supported the celebration of Eid-ul-Fitr for the past decades, and gave the assurance that the church would continue to support the Muslim celebration.
Mr. Excellence noted that for the opportunity to again share and strengthen Ghana's relationship with the Muslim community.
'Muslims and Christians are from one source, therefore, there is the need to live in peace and harmony,' he stressed.
On the part of Muslims the Chairman of Ayawaso committee of Muslim Chiefs Chief Baba Isah expressed gratitude towards the donation.
He said Ghanaian Muslim would continue to live peaceful with others call for Allah blessing to the founder and leader of Synagogue Church of All Nations-Ghana for the gesture, and assured it of his support through prayers.
He urged TB Joshua to continue to support the Muslim community, especially in the area of Education.

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