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Margaret Makafui Tayviah

The Colonial Impact in Christian-Muslim Relations in Ghana and Togo

A comparative assessment

272 Seiten, € 22,80

The main conclusions drawn from this study are that since there seem not to have been any clear-cut guidelines or documented policy of the British and the French on Christians and Muslims in Africa, the colonial governments related with Islam based on the discretion or decision of the Governor General. But whether a policy or attitude, it is clear that it was acted upon, implemented and very consistent in action. After the independence of the Ghana and Togo, successive governments of the two countries under study have made efforts constitutionally, educationally and spiritually to foster Christian-Muslim relations since adherents of the two religions continue to interact and engage one another.