Eid ul-Fitr is one of the major religious holidays that followers of Islam have been observing for centuries. By closing the holy month of Ramadan, it carries a deep moral meaning, encapsulates the joy of renewal, commitment to self-improvement, readiness to do good and help the needy in the community.
As the District Chief Executive for Techiman North, I deeply appreciate and respect the active participation of Muslim organisations in the District’s public and cultural life, in implementing needed charitable, educational and patriotic initiatives.
I have also noted the role Muslims play in sustaining civic peace and concord, and enhancing friendship and mutual understanding among people within the District and the country at large.
While conveying to the Muslim community best wishes for a happy Eid celebration, I make a humble appeal to every Muslim brother and sister, to keep the spirit of fasting alive – let Obedience of Allah shine forth from this day forward. Let the rest of mankind observe the effect that fasting in the month of Ramadan has, in changing the outlook of a believing Muslim.
On the Occasion of the 2018 Eidul Fitr festivities, I wish all Muslims from around the world Eid Mubarak!
May Allah help us all to work towards the establishment of peace and high moral values in our District, Ghana and the world at large.