By thefourlens.com  Kumasi, June 19, 2024 The Women’s Wing of the Islamic Mission Secretariat (IMS) has expressed worry that women, persons with disabilities and children were people that mostly suffer the consequences of violence situations. Therefore reminded mothers and wives to endeavor to at all times advise their husbands, brothers,Continue Reading

By thefourlens.com Kumasi, June 18, 2024  The Islamic Mission Secretariat, in Ghana has implored leaderships of the African countries to help sustain the continent’s peaceful co-existence and abstain from all sort of vices harmful to their respective countries.  The National President of the Secretariat, Sheikh Haroun Ahmed Appau described theContinue Reading

March 30, 2024 The Women’s Wing of the Islamic Mission’s Secretariat, last Wednesday donated assorted food stuff worth GHC16,000.00 to feed inmates of the Ankaful Prisons in the Central Region of Ghana during the Ramadan festivities.  Hajia Mariam Nketia-Suleman, the General Secretary of the Wing said the items was preparedContinue Reading

By thefourlens.com Krobo, (Bono East Region) February 06, 2024 Mrs. Samira Bawumia, the Second Lady, has donated 1,000 bags of cement to the Women’s Wing of the Islamic Mission Secretariat. The cement donation on Saturday was to support speedy completion of a 100-bed capacity hospital project initiated by the Secretariat andContinue Reading

By thefourlens.com Bonsu (Nkoranza South), Oct. 3, 2023 The National Women’s Wing of the Islamic Mission Secretariat has reiterated the benefits of Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in the process of socioeconomic development of the people, particularly women and Ghana at large. TVET is one of the possible ways toContinue Reading

Negative Impact of Social Media on Ghanaian Youth Worrying. By thefourlens.com Krobo-Techiman, Bono East region September 12, 2022 The Women’s Wing of the Islamic Mission Secretariat (IMS) has appealed for collective support for teachers to effectively impart godly-knowledge and moral uprightness to children. Hajia Mariam Suleman Nketia, the General SecretaryContinue Reading