The Libyan Embassy in Ghana has provided scholarships to seven Ghanaian students to take Islamic Dawa courses at the Islamic Call Faculty in Tripoli, Libya.
Dawa is an Islamic doctrine based on the act of encouraging missionaries to embark on an outreach program to embrace Islam and convert them to Islam.
The beneficiaries are Abdullah Munir, Mohammed Amin Mahmud, Muaza Abbakari, Mustafa Human, Ahmed Othman Zambu, Mahmud Umar Dunkwa, and Malam Suara, all from Kumasi Metropolis.
Mohammed Mirad Misva, Chargé d’Affaires of the Embassy, advised beneficiaries to spread the message of brotherhood as they progressed through the course before leaving for Libya.
He said that since the faculty was founded in 1974, students around the world have benefited from this program to lead Islamic teachings.
Misbah said 44 batches of students have graduated, adding that 30 different nationalities are currently pursuing courses on campus.
He explained that scholarships for Ghanaian students include free residence, health insurance coverage, books and monthly allowances throughout the course.
Misva asked them to take the program seriously as the university thrived on moderate Islamic teachings.
He praises the harmonious relationship between Islam and Christianity, which is the foundation of peace in Ghana.
On behalf of his colleagues, Mahmood thanked the Embassy of Libya for providing a scholarship and promised to study hard.
Ghana: Embassy of Libya offers scholarships to 7 Ghanaian students
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