Home Ghana News Politics NPP will give Ghana its first Muslim President – Council of Zongo...

NPP will give Ghana its first Muslim President – Council of Zongo Chiefs leader gives prophecy

150

The President of Council of Zongo Chiefs in Ashanti Region Chief Musah Akambounga has prophesied that a Muslim will be elected as President of the Republic of Ghana through New Patriotic Party (NPP), MyNewsGh.com reports.

Chief Musah Akambounga charged his fellow Muslims, Zongo dwellers and Zongo leaders to disabuse their minds of the perception that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is anti-Muslims and Zongos.

Speaking at the 10th Anniversary celebration of AL-WAHDA Club of NPP at Kumasi Central Mosque, Chief Musah Akambounga explained that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) loves and cares about Muslim communities more than any political party in the country.

According to him, the various policies and programmes being implemented by the Akufo-Addo led government for Muslims and the Zongo communities manifests how NPP loves and cares about Muslims especially Muslim communities.

READ ALSO  Politicizing coronavirus; NDC is shameless – Kwadwo Boateng Agyemang

“At first we thought it was the NDC that had the Muslim community and Zongos at heart, but what the NPP government have done shows that it is the NPP that really cares about Muslims. We should support NPP to continue to implement policies which will have good impact on our Muslims communities. NPP is not anti-Muslim party but people say it because of propaganda and cheap Politics”. He said.

Chief Musah Akambounga pledged that the association will continue to support NPP and explain government policies to the good people of Ghana.

Kindly Send News, Opinion Articles, Press Releases And Statements, Research Findings etc. to editor@ghanatribune.com for prompt publication.

READ ALSO  CODVID-19 ban: NIA’s impunity is with the express approval of the Akufo-Addo- Ofosu Kwakye

Become a contributor on GhanaTribune.com. Email us what your area of expertise is and let us get you published.