The Greater Accra Yoruba Community in Ghana has wished happy Ramadan to all Muslims across the world.
The Ramadan fasting began on Thursday, April 23, and will end on May 23.
In a release sent to Ghanaian Voice in Accra, and signed by the President of the Greater Accra Yoruba Community in Ghana, Amb. Oyeyemi Fatuyi FIIM wish the Muslims on the auspicious occasion of Ramadan the holy month of fasting.
“We enjoined Muslim faithful to pray relentlessly during the fasting period and specifically ask the Almighty Allah to show mercy on the people of African and the world at large”. He stated.
Amb. Fatuyi said Muslims should embrace the demanded of them during the Ramadan and ask Allah to put an end to the unrest in the world of the outbreak of Covid-19 which is ravaging the whole world.
The statement concluded that sacrifice and intercessory prayers are important and critical at the time, when the whole world is fighting a vicious Coronavirus pandemic.
Muslims from across the globe observe the month of fasting as an act of worship to God. With spiritual vibes spreading through the Arab World, followers of the faith come together in prayers; it is a chance for each Muslim to become the best version of themselves.
A month of peace and love, Ramadan is one of the defining pillars of Islam and many familiar faces.
By Paul Mamattah