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Ramadan: Abronoma Foundation Donates To Muslims

The Chief Executive officer for Abronoma Foundation, a charity foundation that seeks to support the needy and promote girl child education in Ghana, Miss Linda Nyarko Yeboah popularly known as Nyarko Abronoma and the entire members have donate some items amounting to thousands of cedis to the Muslim communities in the Jaman North district in the Bono region in this ramadan season. The gesture is aimed at supporting Muslims within the constituency to carry-out their month-long Ramadan fasting.

The items includes: 25 cartons of water, 12 bags of rice, 10 cartons of milk and 3bags of Rice.

Presenting the items, Madam Linda Nyarko Yeboah stated that, the Abronoma foundation is keen to support the poor and needy. She added that since the Muslims are in Ramadan season, they are supporting the Jaman North Muslims with the above mentioned items and seeks for spiritual support through prayers to raise the foundation to it’s target limit.I She also urged all Muslims to use this holy period to pray for peace for the country. The CEO also used the occasion to thank the Muslim community for their prayers and support and wished the Muslim world a fruitful fasting period.

Madam Linda Nyarko Yeboah expressed that, education among the youth and girl child are some of the major motive behind the establishment of the above charity foundation as a lady, therefore girl child education among the Muslims and the country at large must be taken serious and improve upon.

Receiving the items on behalf of the Muslims, the chief Imam Alhaji Seidu Adams praised the CEO of Abronoma Foundation Miss Linda Nyarko Yeboah for the kind gesture and seeks Allah’s protection and guidance for her to carry out the task as expected from her.

He also advised the Muslim youth to take their education serious and desist from behavior that could distract their holiness in this Ramadan season.

Source: Ahenkanfmonline.com

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