The Pui Naaba of the Moshie community in Ashanti region , Muftawu Issaka Kotoko, has called on the financial sector players as a matter of priority not to down play the effort of the President , Nana Akuffo Addo in making the private sector the leader of Ghana’s economic growth.
Pui Nakaba, who in other words is the protocol officer of the Moshie community in Ashanti ,is an influential youth leader in the zongo community, Estate developer and A businessman.
Naaba Muftawu was addressing a section of the media in kumasi during a prayer section on the day of Arafah , where muslims who couldnt make it to Hajj were observing fasting.
He expressed worry on how state instituition were not protecting private businesses which compliment the effort of government in providing a chunk of employment to Ghanaians , he stressed that Menzgold is a modern business innovation that needs to be protected by government and its agency and not to intimedate the private investors , Meanwhile, the ever increasing confidence which the public appears to be reposing in MenzGold and her products must be protected, while the innovative business model engineered by her is aided to grow and blossom.
Pui Naaba, believes that Parliamentarians can also help protect businesses and the people who elected them into office by couching a legislative solution or instrument on this issue before its too long again. the inactions or wrong actions of government institutions can cause the nation to lose billions of US dollars in aggregates.
Naaba Muftawu urged all muslim in Ghana to be obedient as Abraham did to Allah ,he said Eid al-Adha is one of the two most celebrated festivals by Muslims all around the world,
In fact, it is considered holier of the two Eids and also known as the sacrifice feast, as it is celebrated to honour the dedication and willingness of Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham) to sacrifice his son Ismael as an act of submission on God’s command.
Ibrahim was ready to sacrifice his beloved son, but seeing his commitment, Allah intervened and, instead, asked him to sacrifice something less dear to him. It was then that Ibrahim sacrificed an animal for Allah.
In commemoration of this, every year on the day of Eid al-Adha an animal is sacrificed. The animal is not completely consumed by the family instead it is divided in three parts. One is shared by the family, the other is distributed among relatives and neighbours, and the third part is given to the poor. According to tradition, no one should be left hungry on the day of Eid.