Ramadan is a sacrosanct period meant for 30 days fasting among the Muslim fraternities across the seven continents of the world.
This afternoon, at exactly 1:20 pm, a Muslim man at Aboabo in the Ashanti Region was spotted drinking gari soakings on rubber bowl in a very secret manner though the rules of Ramadan shouldn't be that way.
According to the eye witness Sampson Yoofi, a colleague driver who resides close Alhaji's vicinity "Alhaji Sulley Baba, a driver at Kejetia new terminal couldn't last long at the work place since he was complaining of stomach upset which brought him home".
Alhaji Sulley Baba removed his Muslim cap from the head and took out a rubber bowl which was covered from a black polythene so he was wondering what was inside because to him, the Ramadan fasting is from dawn to dusk.
Sampson Yoofi just visited Alhaji at his own yard so he was shocked when he spotted him drinking the gari soakings and wondered where Alhaji had gotten that soaked gari who drunk it in a certain corner in his own house.
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