Marking Remembrance Day 2020 - Moslem Prayers

Starting November 6, 2020 - Ending November 6, 2021

Members of the University community are hereby informed that today, Friday, November 6, 2020 commemorates the 2020 Remembrance Day Moslem Prayers.

Please find below a message from the Vice Chancellor to mark the 2020 Remembrance Day Service/Prayers.

 

2020 REMEMBERANCE DAY MESSAGE FROM THE VICE-CHANCELLOR TO BEREAVED FAMILIES

Customarily, the 2020 Edition of the Remembrance Day Service and Prayers would have been physically observed with bereaved families on Sunday 1st November with a Christian Service and on Friday 6th November 2020 with Moslem Prayers. Regrettably, the COVID-19 pandemic has made physical observation of the Remembrance Day a public safety hazard.

Nevertheless, I respectfully urge all of us, to commemorate the 2020 Remembrance Day with solemn thoughts and prayers for our departed members.

The University grieves and commiserates with the families of all those we have painfully lost, even as we console ourselves that the Good Lord will keep and reward their souls for the services rendered to society and mankind.

We pray that the Good Lord comforts and strengthens us all with the assurance from Psalm 34:18 that:

“The Lord is close to the broken-hearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit”.

We will forever cherish the memories of our departed ones.

MAY THEIR SOULS FIND PEACE IN THE LORD

 

Prof. Ebenezer Oduro Owusu,

Vice-Chancellor

(November 1&6, 2020)

 

Please click here for the Roll of Deceased Members - 2019/2020 Academic Year

Please click here for a video slide to mark the day.