The Chief Imam of Effutu Zongo Community, Alhaji Mohammed Issah Monssuri has urged Muslim youth to lead lives worthy of emulation to bring glory to the religion.
wpid-Nigerian-Muslims-inside-the-central-mosque-in-Abuja-300x218-7294040.jpgThe Chief Imam said this in an interaction with newsmen after he had led Muslims in prayers at Winneba to commemorate the Eid-ul Adha feast of sacrifice.
He expressed the need for Muslims to continue to pray for Allah guidance and wisdom for people in the government for rapid development of the country.
The Chief Imam stated that since education is the bed rock of the development of every country, the youth should go to school to enable them acquire requisite skills and knowledge to contribute towards the progress of the society.


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