Religious tolerance key to dev’t – Atuanor Dwirah


The Youth President of Asuom, in the Kwaebibirem Municipality of the Eastern region, Mr. Maxwell Atuanor Dwirah has said that Ghana is a role model for religious tolerance and has called for continuous co-existence between Muslim and Christian communities in the country.

He made this call when he delivered a fraternal message to the Muslims at an entertainment ceremony held at Asuom as part of Eid Idha celebration at Asuom on Sunday evening.

The Youth President used the occasion to advise the youth and school children in the town to spend more time on their books to enable them to grow to become great national assets.

Mr. Maxwell Dwirah said Ghana is blessed with a harmonious relationship between Muslims and Christians, and called for continuous love between these two dominated religions in the country alongside the traditional religion that our great great ancestors bequeathed to us.

The entertainment bash saw quality performances from fast rising Ghanaian Dancehall and Reggae artists, most of them from Asuom, included Monster Gaza, Xstone Da Baddest, Swano Vibes, Gasmila and many more. To the admiration of some Muslim leaders, chiefs and youth predominantly Muslim youths in Asuom, the fans danced and cheered their music idols on.

Present to grace the occasion also included Nana Baba Musah I, ‘Sariki’ in the Amansie Central, Asuom Abusuapanyin Nana Fenteng, and delegates from the Muslim Community in Asuom

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