Eid-Mubarak: Let’s be tolerant & respect human lives-Mahama

Former President John Dramani Mahama has called for unity, tolerance and respect for human lives as Muslims mark Eid-Mubarak today.

In his message, the former president also asked Muslims and Ghanaians to continue to have faith in God especially in the face of the outbreak of coronavirus.

Read his message below


I send best wishes to our Muslim brothers and sisters on the occasion of the celebration of Eid-ul-Adha, the festival of the sacrifice.

In spite of the novel Coronavirus pandemic that has taken lives and impacted negatively on people around the globe, our trust in the Almighty remains absolute and unshakeable.

Just as Ibrahim learnt to trust God, we also know that our current struggles will soon pass and we shall welcome the brighter days that are most imminent and almost here.

As we mark this day, may we remember the importance of unity, tolerance and respect, including respect for human lives.

Happy celebrations, and may Allah continue to pour his blessings upon our land and prosper every Ghanaian.

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