She was speaking at the closing ceremony of the third annual regional conference of the Nasirat-Ul Ahmadiyya, which is made up of girls aged between 5-15 years in Kumasi.
The Ashanti Regional women’s wing of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission has urged encouragement and support for girls to pursue academic careers.
Mrs. Hawa Acheampong, its President, said it was important, particularly, that Muslim women showed keen interest in the education of their children.
They should be prudent in their spending to ensure that they have enough to take care of their kids’ school needs.
“Sacrifice, the responsibility of a Nasirat” was the theme for the three-day meeting.
The programme brought together over 400 young girls to socialize, share ideas, engage in sporting and religious activities and learn more about Allah.
Mrs. Acheampong said secular education was an …read more at ghanaweb.com
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