Alhajj Maulvi Noor Muhammad Bin Salih, Ameer and Missionary in-charge of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, Ghana, has led a delegation to pay a courtesy call on the Management of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW).
The meeting, held at the North Campus Council Chamber of UEW, is purposely to deepen relationship between the Mission and the University to enhance quality education in the country.
The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Stephen Jobson Mitchual, briefed the delegation about the University’s role of training educators at all levels across the country and beyond, and commended the Mission for its continuous advocacy for global peaceful coexistence, emphasising the importance of religious cohesion and tranquillity globally.
The VC further applauded the Mission for its many unique contributions to Ghana’s growth, particularly in hospitality, provision of scholarship to Ahmadiyya students as well as establishment of over 400 schools across the country.
Prof. Mitchual expressed appreciation for the visit an
d further congratulated the Mission for the services it was rendering in the country’s educational sector and expressed the need for them to continue with such services.
He called for closer working relationship between the Mission and the University to help drive the educational sector in the country.
The Ameer, for his part, stressed the need for total commitment to education as a common goal between the Mission and the University to promote global peace.
He emphasised that UEW had played monumental role in Ghana’s Educational Sector and called for continuous closer working relationship between the Mission and the University to drive quality of education for Ghanaian citizens and others.
The Mission had over the years been giving scholarship to students of the University, he noted and pledged to continue offering such scholarship to deserving students and support the University when their services were needed.
Later Alhajj Maulvi Bin Salih presented some books to the University and prayed for the peace
and development to reign in the University.
The meeting was attended by Management and other Senior Staff of the University.
Source: Ghana News Agency