Kuwait supports Burma Camp muslims

Mr. Mohamed Hussein Alfailawi (right), Kuwait Ambassador to Ghana, presenting the items to Madam

Mr. Mohamed Hussein Alfailawi (right), Kuwait Ambassador to Ghana, presenting the items to Madam

The Embassy of the State of Kuwait on Friday presented 600 boxes of assorted items to the Muslim community at Burma Camp in Accra.

The items included rice, oil, spaghetti, tinned tomatoes and cartons of sardines.

The donation forms part of ‘Iftar Sa’em’ (breaking of fast) to help Muslims break their fast during the holy Ramadan period.

The Kuwait Ambassador to Ghana, Mohamed Hussein Alfailawi, presenting the items after prayers at the mosque, said the donation was made possible with the support of some good Samaritans.

He said with the advent of the holy month of Ramadan, the embassy considered it very appropriate to extend its warm wishes to all Muslims in Ghana and prayed for a successful fast throughout the holy month.

A beneficiary, Fati Alidu commended the embassy for the gesture.

By Anita Nyarko

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