Growing Surviving – The Story Of A Northern Ghana Child

Written By Mohammed Rabiu Alhassan Majority of Northern children grew up learning how to survive. We faced hunger as children and adopted so many mechanisms of coping, by adapting to situations as they were. Fortunately, nature was so merciful to us, when we so much needed her benevolence to survive. Aside from roasted yam, cassava, […]

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IMAM ARRESTED FOR FLOUTING NATIONAL LAWS AGAINST MASS GATHERING

Effiakuma- Takoradi – Reports reaching us at Tawheed TV Thursday evening indicates that an imam has been arrested, due to his recalcitrance and perchance for performing congregational prayers at Effiakuma Zango. He kept doing that against the stringent measures being taken by our government and all countries around the world to prevent the spread of […]

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President Does Not Need To Consult Religious Leaders Before Issuing Directives On Mass Gathering- Chief Wangaro

“The President did not err in coming out with restrictions in managing the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic in Ghana without consulting religious leaders.” Tawheed Radio (Takoradi) – Those are the words of the chief of the Songhai community in the Western Region, Alhaji Habib Yusuf Wangaro II as he hailed the president for his […]

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ASWAJ Elect A New Deputy Western Regional Imam

Alhassan Mohammed Baidoo and Adil Yunus Wakpenjo   (TARKWA)-Four months after the demise of the late Deputy Western Regional Imam of Ahlussunna Wal-Jama’a, a new deputy imam has been elected to occupy the vacuum left. After a second attempt of voting, the Electoral Officer for the mini congree held in the Golden City of Tarkwa […]

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“We Must Change The Narratives” – Imam Abass

Ghanaian Muslims have been charged to be the agents of change in order to promote peace and growth in the country. This worrying issue was addressed by the Deputy Imam of the National Police Mosque, Imam Abass Abdul-Karim, when he took his turn on the pulpit at Cantonments, Accra. “The narrative of Muslims and Zongo […]

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COMOG Elects New Leaders

  By Saeed Hamid Jallo (Accra)The Coalition of Muslim Organizations Ghana (COMOG) has elected a marketing consultant to steer the affairs of the organization for the next four years. Alhaj Abdel-Manan Abdul Rahman received a unanimous endorsement as he was nominated unopposed during the 5th delegates congress of the organization in Accra. The congress was […]

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Your Line Of Thinking Makes You Unique

  Mohammed Rabiu Adam     (ACCRA)-An Associate Professor of Medeniyet University (Turkey) has opined that everything that is gearing towards one uniqueness is thinking. He stated that uniqueness is something that is special to oneself. Professor Mehmet Lütfi Arslan made these statements when he delivered an academic lecture at the maiden Tiwnikli International Senior […]

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Tinasco To Host First Academic Seminar

Mohammed Rabiu Adam Accra – Management of Tiwnikli International Senior High (TINASCO), under the auspices of Human Development Association International (HUDAI), a non-governmental organization is organizing its first ever academic seminar for the Ghanaian public on the topic “Why Are You So Unique?”. The seminar will be handled by Associate Professor Mehmet Lutfi Arslan of […]

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N/R: TWO ROASTED IN BUSH FIRE, ONE CONFIRMED DEAD, ANOTHER IN CRITICAL CONDITION

Mohammed Gibreel   Northern Region – Two men identified as Sulemana Abdallah and Osman Sadat believed to be in their late 20s were on Sunday  found roasted around Nanzun in the Karaga District of the Northern Region as a result of bush fire.   Osman Sadat died upon arrival at the Tamale Teaching Hospital and […]

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Nyeko – The Community Where Animals Share Water With Humans

  By Mohammed Gibreel, Tamale Nyeko is a predominantly Muslim and a farming community located in the Nanton District of the Northern Region of Ghana with about 260 households. The only source of potable water is a dam located about 4 kilometers away from the community. This has compelled residents of Nyeko to compete with […]

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