The Chief Executive Officer of Amin Scientific Herbal Clinic and National Chairman of the Ghana Muslim Mission (GMM) Sheikh Dr. Amin Bonsu has appealed to Ghanaian Muslims especially pilgrims embarking on hajj pilgrimage to pray for Ghana t, families, workers, friends as well as Muslims all over the world.
He advises the pilgrims not to use their precious time on conversation but rather use it to pray for the country and for Allah?s forgiveness.
He added that praying in the holy mosque of Masgid haram is the holiest place for Allah to accept one prayers and urged them the (the pilgrims) to spend much of their time to pray in Masgid haram.
Sheikh Dr. Amin Bonsu made the appeal in an exclusive interview with the Ghana Palaver in Accra urged the pilgrim to intend their hajj for the approval of Allah, seeking nearness to Allah and not for worldly reasons, pride or position, or obtaining a tittle or reputation.
According to him it is desirable for the traveler to write his will and state what he owes and what is owed to him.
He said the traveler should return any trusts in his possession to their owners or obtain their permission to retain them.
He further urged the pilgrims to repent from sins and disobedience to Allah, regretting what was past and determining not to return to such sins again.
He called on them to ensure that they perform the rituals as it is permitted in the holy Quran.
Sheikh Amin Bonsu advice the pilgrims to comport their selves during the hajj pilgrimage in the holy mosque due to overcrowded and have the heart to accommodate people who my step on their toes due to the congestion.
He further appealed to the pilgrims to take proper care of their money which he said it?s not by stealing but carelessly misplace it and urged them not to start early shopping but rather concentrate on their hajj rituals.
According to him Saudi Arabia is a dry place hence the for the pilgrims to take water frequently to avoid sun stroke and urged the pilgrims especially the aged to take their medication very serious in order to avoid any eventualities.
By Muhammed Faisel Mustapha