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The Daily Graphic commends Muslims for going through the Ramadan fast successfully. It however urges the youth to be measured in their celebrations because of Covid and observe all the safety protocols.  The Paper reiterates the need for Muslims to reflect on the lessons learnt from the 30days fasting and strive to imbibe such virtues in their daily activities.  The Graphic notes with satisfaction the assurance by the National Chief Iman that Muslims will not disturb the peace of the country especially as the brouhaha on the Wesley Girls Muslim Student fasting denial rages.  To this end, the paper asks the faithful to learn to imbibe Allah’s consciousness to promote love for one another, which is needed for national unity and integrity.

 

The Ghanaians Times appeals to Muslims to continuously remember the benefits of Ramadan and harness them for self-improvement and national development. It notes that the greatest spiritual benefit of Ramadan is to develop the quality of righteousness of the faith by abstaining from sinful deeds and training themselves to control bad harmful desires.  This should be viewed as an enjoinment because it is not something that one can adhere to for just a month and do one’s own thing for eleven months after which another Ramadan would come.  The Times therefore expects spiritual growth among Muslims especially the youth, which should prompt them to avoid violent acts and all manner of indiscipline and lawlessness, unfortunately associated with them.

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