Muslim communities in Bawjiase, Awutu Senya receive desks, assorted items from Eugene Arhin


Eugene Arhin, the Director of Communications at the Presidency, has presented 40 school desks to the Muslim community in Bawjiase, in fulfilment of a pledge he made to the community.

The three-in-one desks will thus benefit some 120 students in the Bawjiase community.

Presenting the desks to Sheikh Mustaf, Eugene Arhin recounted his visit to the Bawjiase Zongo Chief in March this year, where the request for school desks and plastic chairs were made.

Having already delivered 100 plastic chairs to the Bawjiase Zongo Chief, Mr. Arhin, on Monday, April 19, 2021, delivered desks to assist students in the two schools within the community, with their studies.


Mallam Mustaf, in his remarks, prayed for God’s blessing on the life of Mr. Arhin, noting that this is the first time such assistance has been made to the schools by an individual since their establishment.

In a similar vein, Eugene Arhin, made a massive donation to Muslims in the Awutu Senya West constituency, as they mark the holy month of Ramadan.

Mr. Arhin presented a total of 67 bags of rice, 55 bags of sugar, 468 tins of milo, 588 tins of milk, 960 boxes of Lipton tea, and 115 bags of water.

The beneficiary groups are the Bawjiase Zongo Chief, the Imams and Muslim Cleric of the Tijanniya and Ahlusunna faiths, and the NPP Nasara Wing, all at Bawjiase; Muslim groups at Awutu Beraku; and Ahmadiyya and Tijanniya Muslims at Senya Beraku.

Addressing the gathering, Mr. Arhin, also known in the constituency as Nenyi Kofi Bentum, explained that his modest contribution is to assist Muslims to observe their fast successfully in the holy honth of Ramadan.

Mr. Arhin, thus, urged the Imams and Muslims to pray for the growth, progress and prosperity of Ghana, as well as the President of the Republic, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, so that Allah will order his steps and help him realize the vision he has for the country.

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