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Refrain from lawless acts as you celebrate Eid ul Fitr – Karbo to Muslim youth

The Deputy Minister for Roads and Highways and Member of Parliament for Lawra Constituency, Anthony Abayifaa Karbo has advised Muslim youth to desist from lawless acts as they mark the end of their 30-day fast.

He urged them to celebrate in moderation in tune with the laws of the country and the teachings of Islam and not to embark on one in the reverse.

In an official message commemorating the day and copied to MyNewsGh.com, he said “Eid Mubarak and best wishes of the season to all Muslims in Ghana. I also congratulate all Muslims for the diligence and dedication with which they observed the 30 day fast during which they renewed and strengthened their faith with their maker.

May Allah (SWT) accept your fasting, benevolence, and sacrifice as an act of worship, reward you abundantly and bless our beloved nation.

Source: mynewsgh.com

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