The assistant parish priest of the Roman Catholic Church in Asamankese, Ghana, has received praise on social media for his kind gesture towards Muslims. In a tweet by Ghanaian sports journalist Saddick Adams, it was revealed that the priest joined Muslims in the town to pray and mark the end of Ramadan.

The priest’s actions have been described as a symbol of unity and religious tolerance in a country where tensions between Muslims and Christians have sometimes led to violence. The gesture has also been seen as a demonstration of the church’s commitment to promoting peace and understanding between different faiths.

Many people on social media have applauded the priest for his open-mindedness and willingness to reach out to those from different religious backgrounds. Some have even called for more religious leaders to follow his example and work towards greater harmony and cooperation between different faith communities.

The priest was seen wearing his white cassock and participating in Sujud, which pleased those at the prayer ground. Photos showed him exchanging pleasantries with Muslims and appearing happy during the Ramadan prayers.

Yesterday the Assistant Parish Priest of the Roman Catholic Church, joined Muslims in Asamankese, Ghana to pray to mark the end of Ramadan.

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