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Journalist Cries Over ‘Masalachi’ Loudspeaker ‘Noise’; Says Religious Tolerance Hard 

Journalist Ebenezer Afeanyi Dadzie has taken to social media to publicly complain about noise pollution from a nearby Mosque. 

The journalist urged the public seeking accommodation to do so when they have time on their hands to check the environment and some factors such as noise. 

“I still can’t imagine how I rented this nice house without seeing a mosque a few meters away from my windows. The sound from the public address system enters my room directly. And even before the ‘national dumsor’, this area too enjoys special light out constantly.” He wrote with a public audience privacy. 

See his full post

If only you can errrh, never look for accommodation desperately or in a rush because you may not notice a lot of wrong things. 

I still can’t imagine how I rented this nice house without seeing a mosque a few meters away from my windows.

The sound from the public address system enters my room directly. And even before the ‘national dumsor’, this area too enjoys special light out constantly. 

At least, I wish I knew about these two problems – like I never go rent here.

And now with the ongoing fasting, the prayer is done hourly at dawn. I can’t wait for the fasting to end so the noise can be reduced a little. Religious tolerance bi hard paaa oh. Hmm

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