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20.07.2021 General News

Eidul-Adha: Use feast to reflect on fortunes of our dear constituency - Alhaji Mogtari to Wa Central Constituents

By Eric Nana Yaw Kwafo
Alhaji Hudu MogtariAlhaji Hudu Mogtari
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A former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA), Alhaji Hudu Mogtari has called on Muslims in the Wa Central Constituency to use the Eidul-Adha to do self-introspection and reflection on the fortunes of the constituency.

Muslims all over the world including Ghana are today, July 20, 2021, will mark the Eidul-Adha festival in remembrance of the sacrifice made by Abraham to Allah.

On the occasion of the festivities, Alhaji Hudu Mogtari has sent a goodwill message to Muslims in the country especially to those in the Wa Central Constituency.

“As we celebrate this feast, I humbly cease the opportunity to wish all Muslims in the Wa Central Constituency in particular and across the globe, in general, a joyous but sober celebration in the wake of the unfortunate global pandemic of Covid-19,” a release from the former FDA boss who is a leading member of the NDC in the Constituency reads.

In the release, Alhaji Hudu Mogtari urge Muslims in the constituency to reflect on how ambitions can be achieved.

“As constituents, we all have the responsibility to use this occasion to do a self-introspection and reflection on the fortunes of our dear constituency and how we could make it better for the realisation of our individual and collective aspirations,” it adds.

Find below the full release from the former FDA boss:

For Immediate Release

All Media Houses

Monday, 19th July, 2021.

GOODWILL MESSAGE TO THE WA CENTRAL CONSTITUENCY ON THE CELEBRATION OF EIDUL-ADHA 2021

The important Islamic Ritual of Eidul-Adha is upon us once again and we must rejoice and reflect on our deeds and thank Allah Almighty for the gift of life as we have lived through another year.

Eidul-Adha enjoins muslims to imbibe the virtues of sacrifice and sharing. As muslims, the feast seeks to build in humanity a sense of oneness, togetherness, brotherliness and neighbourliness which promote unity not only among muslims but humanity as a whole.

As we celebrate this feast, I humbly cease the opportunity to wish all muslims in the Wa Central Constituency in particular and across the globe in general a joyous but sober celebration in the wake of the unfortunate global pandemic of Covid-19.

As constituents, we all have the responsibility to use this occasion to do a self-introspection and reflection on the fortunes of our dear constituency and how we could make it better for the realisation of our individual and collective aspirations.

In celebrating the feast, we must all be mindful of the threat posed by the Covid-19 pandemic by paying heed to the safety protocols of mask-wearing, handwashing and social distancing to protect ourselves, our families, the muslim Ummah and our dear nation Ghana.

I wish you all Eidul Mubarak and May Allah Almight accept our prayers and supplications.

....signed......

Alhaji Hudu Mogtari

Eric Nana Yaw Kwafo
Eric Nana Yaw Kwafo

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