The Hausa Chief of Ablekuma Agape Gonse and National Head of Chieftaincy affairs of the United Nations Youth Association, Emir Sherif Adams also known as Sarki Gadafi on October 1, 2021 paid a courtesy call on the Ghanaian Muslims Communities in the United Kingdom to familiarize with each other and straighten the relationship between the Muslim Communities in Ghana and UK.
The meeting was aimed at tackling education, youth empowerment, development within the Muslim communities in Ghana and share business ideas that will transform various Zango communities in Ghana. The leadership of the Ghanaian Muslims Communities in the UK expressed their gratitude to the Hausa Chief of Ablekuma Agape Gonse for his efforts towards women and Youth empowerment among the Muslim Youth in Ghana. Emir Sherif Adams stated that the Muslim Communities in Ghana and UK are from the same source hence the need to come together to outline measures that will help the two communities grow and develop the capacity of their youth.
He added that as a Chief within the Muslim community in Ghana, he has brought together most of the youth in Ghana and supported them through his philanthropist scheme and other foundations. Emir Sherif Adams further paid a courtesy call on Imam of London, Naqshabandiya Sufi in London discussed issues related to Islamic Religion which include; religious tolerance, development and how to give support to Arabic Schools in Zango communities in Ghana.
Emir Adams revealed that they’ve also discussed an ongoing school project and orphanage he is building for the people of Ablekuma and its surroundings.
He expressed his profound gratitude to the Ghanaian Muslims Communities in the UK and the Imam of London for the warm reception given to him and calls for more of such visits to ensure development within the Muslim Communities in Ghana.
Source: WadataOnline.com/Muhammed Faisal Mustapha