Meethaq, the pioneer of Islamic banking in Oman from Bank Muscat, in line with the vision ‘To serve you better, everyday’ and commitment to partnership in advertising excellence in all arenas, hosted a ceremony to felicitate the winners of Meethaq Athan social media competitors held throughout Ramadan. The Instagram competitors winners also attended a workshop at Bank Muscat head workplace below the guidance of Sheikh Talib al Qanubi, Imam and preacher at Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque to create their expertise for Athan (get in touch with to prayer at Masjids).
The winners integrated six Meethaq social media followers. The workshop supplied guidance for Athan performers on sound modulation, breath handle and other elements to preserve clarity in Athan get in touch with to prayer at masjids. The workshop helped the winners to acquire useful insights as every participant was provided person instruction to enhance their Athan overall performance. Sheikh Qanubi began recording on Oman Radio at the age of 17 and has participated across the globe as Oman’s representative in recitation of the Q’uran. The second edition of the contest by Meethaq necessary participants to submit video clips of their Athan overall performance. The competitors had two categories in the age group of five to 18 years.
Sulaiman al Harthy, deputy chief executive officer – Islamic Banking, stated, “Coinciding with Ramadan, the Meethaq Athan competition provided a unique opportunity for young participants to demonstrate their skills in Athan performance. The first of-its-kind initiative was aimed at encouraging excellence in religious performance by children and youth. The Meethaq gesture comes as part of Bank Muscat social responsibility initiatives, reiterating the commitment to encourage and promote excellence in all fields contributing to the country’s progress and development.”
Harthy added, “Meethaq reaches out to clients with the guarantee of becoming correct to their beliefs, supplying the benefits of banking by following the principles of Sharia’a law.
“The Meethaq suite of banking products and services combines traditional values with modernity, ensuring the choice of staying true to one’s values. The Meethaq services denote transparency aimed at developing a relationship based on trust and partnership.”
Within 5 years of operations, Meethaq has consolidated its leadership position, recording numerous achievements contributing to the all round development and improvement of the sultanate.
At a time when the part of Islamic finance is increasingly noticed in supporting financial and social improvement, Meethaq remains committed to initiatives contributing to sustainable improvement in Oman.
Information Source: Muscat Daily