Veep inspects construction works at national mosque
Muslim parents urged to put the girl-child in school
Religious differences and believes must not divide us Akufo Addo to Ghanaians
Some women in Ghana do not like to consult male midwives when they are pregnant. The Ghanaian government has scrapped a pilot project which allowed men to be trained as midwives.
The northern regional minister, honorable Salifu Saeed has promised to see to it that, the Ambariya Muslim community has its own education unit from the Ghana education service (GES) to enhance the development of the
For years now we have been raising issues about the hijab in Ghana. We have lobbied, gone into serious advocacy and activism all in our quest to see the hijab duly recognized in our state and private institutions. We
The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, last Wednesday swore in a new National Hajj Board and charged them to work hard to resolve the perennial challenges in the organisation of the annual Hajj.
The Chairman of Pilgrims Affairs Office of Ghana (PAOG) is expecting the last batch of prospective pilgrims to be airlifted to Saudi Arabia on Sunday, September 4.