Member of Parliament for Bole/ Bamboi constituency Yusif Sulemana has wished Muslims in his constituency as well as all the world well as they embark in the month of fast; Ramadan.
The legislator said, Ramadan is the most spiritually important month of the year to every Muslim since that was when the Archangel Gabriel revealed the Holy Qur’an to Prophet Muhammed (S.A.W.) in 610 CE.
The legislator in a released statement called on Muslims in Bole/Bamboi and all over the country to partake in the Ramadan and observe I’Takaaf.
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As Muslims in Bole/Bamboi join our counterparts in Ghana and all over the world to observe Ramadan fasting in line with the tenets of the Holy Qur’an, I wish each one of us well.
Ramadan is the most religiously important month of the year to every Muslim since that was when the Archangel Gabriel revealed the Holy Qur’an to Prophet Muhammed (S.A.W.) in 610 CE.
Again, Hadith tells us that Laila Tul-Qair or Night of Power falls on only one night in the whole year and this happens in the month of Ramadan. Laila Tul-Qairis a special show of Allah’s kindness and love to Prophet Muhammed (S.A.W.) and all of us his followers.
I call on my fellow Muslims in Bolo/Bamboi and all over the country, to partake in the Ramadan and to dedicatedly observe I’Takaaf. Let us put ourselves in opportune position to receive the angels and the Heavenly Spirit when they descend on earth for impartation during this special month.
The virtues of self-control, sympathy, sharing and social intercourse must not be lost on us;the highlight of Ramadan is these. I pray for good health and strength for every one of us. May our supplications be honored and may the mercies of Allah be with us.
HON YUSIF SULEMANA
By: Theresa Adezewa Ayittey – Apt News Ghana
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