Ghana: Ahmadiyya leaders highlight run-away moral degeneration of nation's youth

“Moral reform of the country is a big movement. If the individual is not deeply committed to the cause, it will not last, nor will it have to drive to push the much needed moral change. It takes conviction brought upon by the individual's free will.”

Suleiman Adam Sakyi, Circuit President, Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission Abura 
Times of Ahmad | News Watch | UK Desk
Source/Credit: Ghana News Agency
By Afedzi Abdullah | June 30, 2017

Cape Coast, June 30, GNA - Mr Suleman Adam Sakyi, Abura Circuit President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, has said religious bodies cannot be solely blamed for the continued moral degeneration, especially among the youth in the country.

He said but for the stringent efforts by the religious groups, things would have been worse in the country.

Mr Sakyi said this in an interview with the Ghana News Agency (GNA) on the sidelines of this year’s Eid-Ul-Fitr celebration in Cape Coast on Monday.

According to him majority of the youth in the country have lost the drive for moral change due to social circumstances such as unemployment.
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