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Mahama wishes Muslims well as Ramadan begins

Former President, John Dramani Mahama

Former President John Mahama has sent well wishes to Muslims during the ongoing Ramadan fast.

He expressed hope that the period would foster love and compassion.

“Wishing our beloved Muslim brothers and sisters an edifying Ramadan Mubarak. Sighting the sliver crescent moon symbolises Allah’s faithfulness and heralds the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan, marked by purification, generosity, and self-sacrifice,” he said.

“Notwithstanding the many challenges we face as a people, we are assured of Allah’s unfailing grace.

“May this holy period of fasting and prayer instil in us love, empathy and compassion for one another, and bring to us, our families and our nation countless blessings,” he added in his Facebook post.



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