Eid-ul-Adha is one of the Festivals celebrated by all Muslims around the globe and It's celebrated to honour or remember prophet Ibrahim's willingness to the sacrifice his only son when Allah ordered him to do so.
Eid-ul-Adha is Celebrated every year and today being the day of celebration in the year 2021, some popular Ghanaian celebrities have taken to their social media platforms to share some photos of themselves dressed in the Islamic way to prove to all Muslims that this day is important to all and sundry .
Below shows some photos of Popular Ghanaian celebrities dress in the Islamic way:
The photo above shows the popular Ghanaian actress and social media Influencer Akuapem Poloo also known as Rosemond Brown and her only son dressed like a Muslim.
The photo above also shows the popular Twins Musician Dhope Nation, the best dancer Dancegod Loyd and his counterpart dress in a black Jalabia to celebrate this day being the Eid-ul-Adha .
Above shows Photos the TV presenter and formal host of Kumkum Bhaggia Tima Kumkum rocking massively in the Muslim outfit.
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