Farouk Aliu Mahama gifts 600 bags of rice to Muslim community in Yendi

The celebration of the annual Eidul-Adha by Muslims across the globe comes off tomorrow [Sunday], 11th August, 2019.

As part of activities to commemorate the occasion, aspiring parliamentary candidate in the Yendi Constituency, Alhaji Farouk Aliu Mahama has donated 600 bags of rice to the Muslim community in the area.

The benevolence forms part of support to needy families celebrate the ritual through his Partnership for Poverty Reduction (PDR), a non-governmental organization.

According to a communique by the son of late former Vice President of Ghana, the donation is in his bid to support needy Muslims undertake the big celebration, considered as an indispensable spiritual event on the Islamic calendar.

He also urged Muslim celebrants particularly those in Yendi to continue to use the blessings of the eid to pray for continued peace and tranquility in the town especially at a time the aged Dagbon feud has ended.

Read copy of communique below;

Farouk Aliu Mahama Donates 600 Bags Of Rice To Muslim Community In Yendi

Farouk Aliu Mahama, as the Islamic festival of sacrifice draws near, has through his social intervention vehicle Partnership for Poverty Reduction(PPR) made a donation of 600 bags of rice to the Muslim community to support them celebrate the upcoming Islamic festivity, Eid-ul-adha.

The donation is in his bid to support needy Muslims undertake the big celebration, considered as an indispensable spiritual event on the Islamic calendar. Alhaji Farouk urges all Muslims to endeavour to share the little they have so as to enable the underprivileged enjoy the eid. He had supported the Muslim brothers during in eid and would continue to assist in order to maintain the good relationship.

Eid al-Adha is the second of two Islamic holidays which honours the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham) to sacrifice his son as an act of obedience to God’s command.

Farouk also urges Muslim celebrants particularly those in Yendi to continue to use the blessings of the eid to pray for continued peace and tranquility in the town especially at a time the aged Dagbon feud has ended. Muslims in Yendi appreciates the kind gesture of Alhaji Farouk Aliu Mahama for his unceasing support to the people.

Source: www.tamaleonline.net

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