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MMT declares war on ‘alcohol drivers’

43040152_295The Deputy Minister for Water Resources, Works and Housing, Mr Samson Ahi, has called on Muslims in the country to use this month of fasting (Ramadan)
to ask for God’s favour for Ghana.

Mr Ahi, who is also the Member of Parliament (MP) for Sefwi-Bodi, said the country’s impending elections require the collective prayers of all Ghanaians to make it trouble-free.

The MP made the call when he, together with the District Chief Executive of Sefwi-Bodi, Mr Solom Fuachie, visited selected Muslim communities in his constituency to donate assorted food items to its leadership.

The items included rice, sugar, Milo, coffee and mats worth thousands of Ghana Cedis.

The leadership of the Muslims expressed their gratitude for the donation, and advised Ghanaians, especially the youth, not to allow themselves to be used as tools by any politician to foment trouble before, during and after the elections.

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