Samira Larbie, GNA
Accra, Dec. 28, GNA – Dr Mahmoud A.
Mahmoud, a Senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana Organization University, has
urged Muslims to assistance renovate modern society to rapidly keep track of enhancement by means of
He said Muslims ended up under no circumstances backward as
some perceived for the reason that God has offered them abilities.
Hence, it was crucial they used their
skills to reach the growth they yearned for.
Dr Mahmoud gave the tips at the 27th
Yearly Basic Conference (AGM) of the Ghana Affiliation of Muslim Professionals
(GAMP) and start of the Association’s 2020 programmes in Accra.
It was on the concept: “Leadership,
He stated with right organizing the Zongo
communities could be remodeled to nurture the ideal pros.
Talking on the topic: ‘Muslims in Ghana
and Strategic Arranging,’ Dr Mahmoud claimed there was the will need for a approach in
all the things a single did.
“As Muslims, with out a strategic
prepare you can’t attain the here and the hereafter,” he stated.
Schooling members on the primary
methods to put a superior strategic program in position, he urged Muslims to usually guarantee
that their ideas experienced vision, had been versatile, served as manual for decision
building, tackled critical overall performance troubles and designed a stability among
functionality and want.
Dr Mahmoud suggested members to
successfully apply their strategic programs guided by the 5 pillars of Islam
to make certain they achieved their function for every the dictates of the Faith.
Hajj Anderson, the President of GAMP, in
his annual report, commended customers for their sacrifices, which experienced sustained
the Affiliation, adding, having said that, that significantly extra was necessary to have out its
He explained even while the Affiliation had
been executing properly on its own, it confronted economic worries and known as for
He urged the Muslim youth not to permit
politicians to use them as conduits of confusion in the coming elections.
The GAMP, in 2020, would be organising
its yearly holiday faculty, Ramadan Lectures, quarterly public lectures,
Sisters Discussion board, and the Prisoners Reformation Programme among the other routines.