Islam in Ghana: Saluting Ahmadiyya Mission’s Education Policy

Source: Allafrica.com via Wasim Sroya:

Last week, the Ahmadiyya High School at Gomoa Postin held a Speech and Prize-Giving Day to mark 40 years of its establishment. According to Mr. Nazir A. Keelson, Headmaster of the School, P-Amass was founded in 1972 with a population of 17 students, made up of 13 boys and four girls. Today, P-Amass has a population of 2,150 students.

On Saturday, another second cycle institution, founded and run by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission also marked its 40th anniversary with a Speech and Prize-Giving Day. The Ekumfi Ahmadiyya High School, popularly known as E-Amass, began in premises at Essarkyir, donated by Nana Akyin VI, deceased Omanhen of the Ekumfi Traditional Area.

 

E-Amass began with a total population of 24 students, which had 20 boys and four girls. At the moment 1,600 students are preparing to face the future under the tutelage of Mr. Mohammed Ackonu, the headmaster and his over 100 teaching and non-teaching staff.

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Categories: Africa, Ghana, ISLAM

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  1. I am happy to read more and more News from Africa in The Muslim Times. We still need more! Therefore we encourage any one from Africa to please give us their contributions and their input to enable us to become a more balance Blog. Jazaqu’Allah!

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