National Chief Imam Advises Muslim Youth on Eid Celebrations


In a recent interview with Citi FM, Sheik Armiyawo Shaibu, the spokesperson for the National Chief Imam, conveyed a message of caution to Muslim youth amidst the Eid ul-Fitr celebrations. Encouraging restraint and discipline, he emphasized the importance of avoiding violence during this joyous occasion.

“We urge our Muslim youth to exercise caution and refrain from any acts of violence. Let us demonstrate utmost discipline and respect for the laws of our country,” Sheik Armiyawo Shaibu stated.

Expressing concern over potential disturbances, he specifically highlighted the need to avoid reckless behaviors such as dangerously riding motorbikes and causing chaos on the streets.

“We do not want to intimidate non-Muslim spectators who wish to witness and appreciate the beauty of our celebrations. Let us extend our hospitality to them and maintain orderliness,” he emphasized.

As Muslims worldwide commemorate Eid ul-Fitr, marking the end of Ramadan, this day holds significant cultural and religious importance. While it is a festive occasion for Muslims, it is essential to ensure that it is celebrated peacefully and inclusively.

Eid ul-Fitr is recognized as a public holiday in Ghana, allowing both Muslims and non-Muslims to participate and celebrate together in harmony.”

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