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Sariki Alhaji Madingo inuagurated as the president of Supreme Council Ga-East Zongo and Tribal chiefs

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On Sunday 31st July,2022, at West Africa Senior High School at Adenta in the Ga East municipal assembly saw one of the biggest gathering in the area, to inaugurate Sariki (Chief) Alhaji Yussif Iddriss Madingo as the president of Supreme Council of Ga-East Zongo and Tribal chiefs.


Sariki Madingo was the chief for Pantang Abokobi Zongo, the president Madingo is a celebrated real estate developer, philanthropist, humanitarian who has contributed in shaping the life of many in the Zongo not just Ga-East area but Ghana.

He has built mosque, schools and housing for the needy in his community.
The Supreme Council of Ga- East Zongo and Tribal Chiefs was formed to create unity,love, develop human resource among people of Zongo the municipality. The council believes the zongo communities in Ghana can do better if the leadership of zongo come togather form developmental alliance to speed the develop drive for zongo peeople. Chiefs from these various community formed the council: Dome, Madina, Taifa, Ashongman, Boi, Ayi Mensa, Bansa, Haatso, Kwabenya, Oyarifa and Pantang and Abokobi being the capital of municipality.

The national chief imam Dr Sheikh Nuhu Osmanu Sharubutu was was the special honour with former RT. honourably speaker of parliament, Prof. Mike Oquaye Senier, MCE of Adenta Municipal Assembly, Hon. Yussif Jajah-MP for Ayawaso North Constuency, and endless chiefs from all walks of life.

The national Chief Imam admonished the gathering: “For us to attain progress, this kind of dialogue will help prevent evil that will come to us and also attract the good for our country.”

He described the peace being enjoyed in the country as a favour of God and said it behoved every citizen, irrespective of his or her religious inclination, to work towards sustaining the gains made so far by living peacefully with one another.

According to Sheikh Sharubutu, tolerating one another was one of the ways of preventing “evil in our respective communities for accelerated development”.

The former RT. honourably speaker of parliament, Prof. Mike Oquaye Senier also touched on the unity, develop and contribution of muslims in shaping the country Ghana. He however praise government free SHS policy.

Credit: Babz

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