Naa Koryoo Foundation has pledged to provide Muslims in Kasoa with at least one ultramodern Islamic Education Institute to increase literacy and reduce intimidation of Muslims students in some Schools.
The founder of the foundation, Phyllis Naa Koryoo Okunor made the pledge during the Ed-al Fitir prayers at Kasoa Central Mosque in the Central Region.
According to her, the foundation believes all religions deserve equal rights to worship regardless of ones belief and that is why her foundation has pledged to support the Islamic community in Kasoa with a school.
She said the foundation will collaborate with its foreign partners, Chiefs, Imams and Opinion leaders of the Muslim Communities as well as the Ghana Education Service to deliberate on a place to build the facility at a good environment that will be conducive for teaching and learning.
Mrs. Phyllis Naa Koryoo praised the Muslim community in Ghana for the matured way and manner they handled the Wesley Girls High School brouhaha.
She used the occasion to wish all Muslims around the world a happy Ed-al Fitir and called on them to use the occasion to pray for peace among Christians and Muslims around the world.
The Foundation donated bags of rice, boxes of oil and an undisclosed amount of cash to the less privileged within the Muslim Community.
The donation she said was to put smile on the faces of vulnerable Muslims during the Ed-al Fitir celebration.
She said the donation was just a token from her foundation to the less privilege within the Muslim and Zongo Communities.
The beneficiaries of the items expressed their profound gratitude to Mrs. Naa Koryoo for the kind gesture and prayed for her to succeed in her endeavor.
They further expressed gratitude for the support Naa Koryoo Foundation gave them during the month of Ramadan adding that the donation went a long way to support them through out the Ramadan period.
Source: Muhammed Faisal Mustapha