Ghanaian Muslim Stakeholders Committee (GMSC)

Thursday 23rd July, 2020

His Eminence the National Chief Imam of Ghana, Sheikh Prof. Osman Nuhu Sharubutu, yesterday Wednesday 22nd July 2020, summoned the Stakeholders Committee to discuss and deliberate over the forthcoming Eidul Adkha celebration in Ghana.

It was unanimously agreed by all the stakeholders that the “Status Quo” must be maintained, i.e. small and medium size Mosques should observe strick Covid-19 protocols when observing the Eid or any congregational prayers such as Jumuah or the five dailys. Large size mosque with capacity of over 100 people should be discouraged from congregating and holding any mass prayers or the Eid.

The Stakeholders Committee was formed some few years ago to create a unique platform for His Eminence the National Chief Imam and his advisory board to meet, interact and take policy decisions with the major Islamic sects and bodies in Ghana.

Members of the Stakeholders include but not the least; the Tijjaniya Muslims of Ghana (TMG), the Ahlu Sunnah Wal Jamat (ASWAJ), the Shia Muslim Community, the Ahamadiyya Muslim Mission of Ghana (AMM), the Ghana Muslim Mission (GMM), the Federation Muslim Council (FMC), the Coalition of Muslim Organizations of Ghana (COMOG) and the National Council of Zango Chiefs. 

The Committee respects and welcomes the opinion  of Muslims and non Muslims and invites suggestions and recommendations on all matters relating to Islam and the development of the Muslim Community. You may reach the committee at the residence of His Eminence or the ONCI through

It’s amazing seeing Ahamadiyya, Shiah, Ahlu Sunnah and Tijjaniya Muslims meeting and discussing matters of the Deen on one-table in peace and harmony. Long live Islam.

Eidul Adkha falls on 31st July 2020 and it’s a holiday in Ghana.

Long live His Eminence.

Long live Ghana.