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I know how hard it is to Celebrate Eid al-Fitr under this Sakora Government- NDC Nat’l Vice-Chairman shared Heart touching Eid Mubarak Message.

I know how hard it is to Celebrate Eid al-Fitr under this Sakora Government- NDC Nat'l Vice-Chairman shared Heart touching Eid Mubarak Message.

The National Vice  Chairman of the National Democratic Congress(NDC), Alhaji Said Sinare sends his best wishes to Muslims across the globe, a happy Eid-Al-Fitr celebration.

A Facebook statement signed by Alhaji Said Sinare says; As we observe the day of Eid al-Fitr amid the unbearable hardship under President Akuffo Addo and Dr. Bawumia, I hope we find both comfort and strength in the healing powers of prayer and devotion.

Known as the “Festival of Breaking the Fast,” Eid al-Fitr marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan—a month filled with fasting, prayer, reflection, and other traditional observances.

When the Moon of Eid arises it brings happiness and excitement with itself. May your life always stay filled with such amusing excitement and happiness.
Wishing you all my dear Muslims a very happy Eid Mubarak.
As we continue to charge the president to #FixTheCountry, let’s Celebrate and Jubilate our Traditional Duty!!.

Muslims in Ghana and other parts of the world will today, celebrate Eid-ul Fitr, which means the festival of breaking the fast.

The Day is celebrated to commemorate the end of the month-long fast throughout the month of Ramadan.

The three-day celebration, which begins on the first day of Shawal, the tenth month on the Islamic calendar is a very important event in Islam, which allows families, loved ones, and communities to fraternize.

Throughout the month of Ramadan, the month in which the Holy Qur’an was first revealed to Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), Muslims around the world undertake a fast between the hours of sunset and sunrise and spend a lot of time in self-reflection while studying the Qur’an and connecting with Allah (SWT) on a spiritual level.

Few days before the Eid-ul Fitr celebrations, Muslims are expected to give an obligatory payment to a charity known as Zakat al-Fitr, taken for the poor a few days before the end of fasting.

This charity is aimed at purifying the 30 days fast from indecent words or actions.

This charity is also aimed at providing food for every Muslim on Eid-ul Fitr day.

The date for the celebration is normally dependent on the sighting of the Eid crescent moon to announce when it will officially begin.

During the three days of merry-making, Muslims are not allowed to fast even if they wanted to continue. It is an occasion for special prayers, family visits, gift-giving, and charity.

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