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The National Chief Imam has sent an important message to all Muslims ahead of Eidul Fitr celebration

It's all joy and happiness for all Muslims as they bring their 30 days spiritual journey of fasting and prayers to an end on the 12th May, 2021. This marks another year of thanksgiving and praises to Allah for taking them through this journey successfully. As it normally happens periodically, the closing of the Muslim fasting and prayers are done with a celebration of feast and merry making. The Eidul Fitr for this year cannot be celebrated in a "normal manner" since the presence of the covid is still felt our midst.

In line with the regulations the government, the Greater Accra Regional Co-ordinating Council has reminded all Muslims through a statement from the National Chief Imam to adhere the various covid-19 protocols that have been outlined in the country. It is therefore imperative that a close and careful look be taken to observe the protocols, because such festivities are characterized by a pool of crowd on various streets, which can easily be a catalyst for the spread of the virus.

Please read the full statement here:

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