I wish all Muslims in Ghana and beyond, a joyful Eid ul-Adha celebration.
As Prophet Ibrahim is the father of all Muslims, Jews and Christians, I admonish all Muslims and even non-Muslims to be inspired by the unconditional trust he had in Allah, as Eid ul Adha reminds us that sacrifice and difficulties are a test of one’s faith and principles and imparts lessons of courage for the believer to be more accepting of Allah’s will as He knows best.
It is my prayer to Almighty Allah that all Muslims are blessed bountifully for their commitment, prayers and sacrifices. I also pray that Allah grants a speedy recovery to the sick and relief to those in dire times as we mark this festive occasion.
It is also my hope that this “Big Eid” brings serenity and generosity among us and our families, and further helps in uniting our beloved country.
I seize this opportunity to congratulate all Muslims who were able to embark on the sacred Hajj pilgrimage for a successful completion. May Allah bless us all!