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CODRINGTON COLLEGE opened its doors to those of the Islamic faith

The St John-based theological college hosted members of the Barbados Muslim Association, who came bearing gifts of three park benches to be used at the facility, “Our presentation this morning is the continuing effort to give back to the society in which we live, to institutions and places the public as well as the institution itself would benefit from,” secretary of the Muslim association, Suleiman Bulbulia, said. He pointed out that many visitors and Barbadians alike visited the college’s serene scenic grounds and so he hoped the gifts would help to enhance the ambience.” (Adapted from the Nation Newspaper).
The BMA thanks the business entities that helped in making this presentation possible: SY Adam & Son, AM Electrical Solutions Inc., The Palms Resort Inc. and Signstation Inc.

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