Today marks the Eid celebrations across the country. Information reaching out suggest that the festive season prayers at Kumasi Aboabo no2 has turned bloody with Mallam and his men running for their lives. According to reports from Zuria FM in Kumasi, an unknown person pulled the gun as the prayers were ongoing and made a shot.Two people sustained gunshots injuries with one reportedly dead at Aboabo No2 Bus Stop just after Eid Prayers.
Today was a happy but a scary day for celebrators of the Islamic festival which took over the country. The Eid festival celebration by the Muslim community witnessed some scary and unexpected incidents as gun shots which were flying around in the crowd led to the escape of most of the people present at the prayer grounds in Aboabo.
Our Muslim brothers and sisters around the world are celebrating the Eid festival in magnificent style today. All regions of the world where a believer or follower of the holy Prophet Mohammed resides, prayers are well observed. It is, without a doubt, a historic day for our country.
An Islamic teacher, popularly called Mallam has been arrested by Security operative in Kumasi Aboabo for having in his possession, dangerous and harmful equipments in his room during raid in Kumasi Aboabo. Over the week, security officials, a joint force of police and military stormed Kumasi Aboabo wee base to raid the entire place uncovering hidden dangerous equipments from the people.
The government of Turkey did Ghanaians favour by building African largest mosque for our Muslim brothers in Accra. The mosque which contains all facilities; a senior high school, a library, a pharmacy, a clinic etc. The mosque was commissioned a day before the Eid celebration by the President of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo with the National Chief Imam, Sheikh Nuhu Sharabutu
Sister Derby, also known as Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu, is a Ghanaian beauty queen who was born in Ashanti and is very good in singing, dancing and other prominent fashion icons in Ghana. She's figured out how to combine her musical flair with a great work ethic, coaching, and philanthropic efforts.
There is currently tension in the Northern Regional Capital, Tamale after disagreements over Eid Prayers between two Islamic groups. The disagreements is between the Ambariya Sunni Community and the Nahdah Islamic Institute. The disagreements emerged after one of the Nahdah Islamic Institute decided to observed the Eid Prayers on Tuesday instead of Wednesday as Majority of the people in Tamale did.
Eid-ul-Fitr is a festival celebrated by Muslims to mack the end of their fasting. During this celebration, a lot of activities take place. Some of such activities include: arm giving, cooking and sharing of food, slaughtering of animals and sharing among relatives and the needy.
Hit the FOLLOW button to receive newly published articles. LIKE and SHARE the article. Today marks the celebration of one of the most important festivals of Muslims; Eid-ul Adha. Eid-ul Adha is celebrated to remember the sacrifice made by Ibrahim to Allah and reminds us of the "value of obedience, sacrifice and Allah's divine mercy" for mankind.
For all Muslims around the world, today is a wonderful day as they celebrate the Eid feast. In Ghana, the day is observed as a national holiday since the entire country transforms into a joyous family. Since the country's inception, this has been the order of the day.
It's a Eid holiday and we wish all muslins, a happy, happy Sallah celebration. This day as we are observing the Muslims break, it has created lots of great means for us to have lots of relaxing, entertaining ourselves at malls ,beaches and out touring.
Today is Friday, the 6th of Dhul-Hijjah 1442AH, which corresponds to July 16, 2021. We are inching closer to the big day. The festival of sacrifice in the Islamic calendar. This time we shall look at a simple issue of timing of slaughtering the sacrificial animal.
16 year old boy has been confirmed dead at Aboabo Number Two in the Asokore Mampong Municipality of the Ashanti Region after he was hit by a stray bullet during the Eid-ul-Adha celebrations which went in today.It was reported today that, a boy popularly known by people as Abdul-Gaffar Kassim was reported dead after he was rushed to the Manhyia Government Hospital.
EID ul-Adha, literally means, Feast of the Sacrifice, is the latter of the two official holidays celebrated within Islam (the other being Eid al-Fitr). It honours the willingness of Ibrahim(Abraham) to sacrifice his son Ismail(Ishmael) as an act of obedience to God's command.
Religious festivals is one of the major activities of a religion.Each religion has a festival the celebrate on certain dates as Tuesday,20th July 2021,is the day for Muslims in Ghanaian society. National chief Imam marks Tuesday's Eid to be observed at the new mosque complex which is the second largest in west Africa.
Felix Kwakye Ofosu in an emphatic firing of the current President of the country, H. E Nana Addo, has called out the seeming hypocrisy f the president, as according to him, he says A and literally does B, a clear case of inconsistency in ones principles verses actions.
A 16-year-old boy who has been identified as Abdul Gafar-Kassim was confirmed dead at the Manhyia Government hospital following a gun shot at Aboabo Number Two in the Asokore Mampong Municipality in the Ashanti Region. Other person who was involved in the shooting is in the hospital receiving treatment.
Anti-robbery unit of the Ghana police service at Aboabo No.2, a community in the Ashanti region have embarked on a massive demolition exercise to destroy ghettos and hideouts of criminals in the community. The exercise was instigated following the surge in robbery cases and the constant torment of innocent citizens by criminals which has created fear and panic.
The kind of joy that comes with the celebration of Eid al-Fitr or Eid al-Adha can be really immeasurable. It's not only the Muslim people who get excited but Christians also do. Among school children, they really get excited most especially because there would be a holiday and also because they'll get some food and meat from their colleagues.
With Eid-ul-Adha coming very soon, let's us look at why Muslims slaughter sheep and cows on the day of the celebration Muslims around the world celebrate Eid-ul-Adha on the 10th day of the last month of the islamic calendar. The reason why they slaughter cows, sheep, goats and camel on the day of celebrating Eid is that, it is a form of worship to Allah.