Ghana’s Energy Minister, Hon John-Peter Amewu on Thursday paid a courtesy call on His Eminence Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu, the National Chief Imam of the Republic of Ghana at his residence in Fadama, Accra.
The visit was to officially introduce himself to the Islamic leader as Minister of Energy since assuming this role.
The National Chief Imam warmly received Hon John-Peter Amewu and his team and also offered Adua (prayers) for John-Peter Amewu.
Mr. Amewu also took the opportunity to inform the National Chief Imam of his intention to contest for the Hohoe parliamentary seat and requested for his blessings and prayers.
Hon John-Peter Amewu took the opportunity to express his appreciation for the love and support he has received from the Muslim community over the years especially those within the Hohoe constituency.
Mr Amewu also assured the National Chief Imam that his office is readily available to work with the chief Imam’s office towards achieving a greater Muslim community.
Hon Amewu emphasized that he would continue to offer his support to Muslims, especially those within the Hohoe Zongo community to demonstrate his gratitude for their love and support for him.
The Minister offered his appreciation and gratitude to the Chief Imam and his team for granting him this rare opportunity.
The National Chief Imam willingly gave his blessings to John-Peter Amewu and offered prayers to support him in his endeavor.
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