Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Ghana: Cape Coast Ahmadiyya Muslims Hold Prayer Vigil To Usher In New Year


Circuit Missionary of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission appealed to Muslims and all Ghanaians not to repeat their mistakes of the past and advised them to aim high and rely on Allah for his mercies in the new year.

File photo: Ahmadiyya Muslim youth group members organized Peace Walk in
Cape Coast in December 2016.
Times of Ahmad | News Watch | Int'l Desk
Source/Credit: Modern Ghana /  Edited Excerpts
By Afedzi Abdullah/GNA | January 1, 2018

Ahmadiyya Muslim members in Abura attended vigil services at their mission house to usher in the New Year, praising God and praying for prosperous New Year.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission at Abura, a suburb of Cape Coast performed dawn prayers to thank Allah for a successful year and prayed for Allah's protection, guidance and for a good new year.

They also prayed for the development of the nation and its leaders as well as all Ghanaians to enjoy a prosperous new year devoid of misfortunes, sickness and disasters.

Murabi Ahmed Boahen, Circuit Missionary of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission appealed to Muslims and all Ghanaians not to repeat their mistakes of the past and advised them to aim high and rely on Allah for his mercies in the new year.



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