Ramadan: Let’s use this period to pray for Ghana – NPP

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has called on Muslims, and Ghanaians in general, to foster national cohesion in the period of Ramadan.

The 30 days of fasting began on Thursday, June 18.

A statement issued by the National Nasara Coordinator of the party, Kamal-deen Abdulai, called for values such as humility, love and empathy to be embraced.

“Let’s use this period to pray for mother Ghana and also rededicate ourselves to the service of Allah and Humanity,” he stated.

“Beyond the abstinence from food and drinks, we equally owe it to ourselves, in resolving to making sacrifices that will eschew vices which may slow down the peace, progress and unity we all need for national development.”

Source: 3news.com|Ghana

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