Muslims across the world will fast as they mark the holy month of Ramadan. Fasting is meant to allow Muslims to seek nearness and to look for forgiveness from God. Muslims are expected to abstain from drinking, eating, immoral acts and anger.
Moon Seen, Ramadan Starts Monday Across Nigeria
Premium Times, 5 May 2019
The crescent moon heralding the Islamic month of Ramadan has been seen in several states, an official has told PREMIUM TIMES. Read more »
Muslims to Start Observing Holy Month of Ramadan Monday
Nation, 5 May 2019
Muslims in Kenya will start observing holy month of Ramadhan on Monday, Chief Kadhi Ahmed Muhdhar has announced. Read more »
Muslim Community Starts Ramadan Today
New Times, 6 May 2019
The Muslim community in Rwanda and across the world will today start the holy month of Ramadan, a time for them to seek closeness with Allah. Read more »
Ramadan - Saraki, Dogara Urge Muslims to Pray for Nigeria
This Day, 6 May 2019
Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, and the Speaker of House of Representatives, Hon. Yakubu Dogara, have urged Muslim faithful to pray for a positive turn-around of the country's… Read more »
Muslims to Start Ramadan On May 5
Observer, 29 April 2019
Muslims will start fasting the holy month of Ramadan on May 5 or 6, the supreme mufti Sheikh Kasule Ndirangwa has said. Read more »
Sultan Declares Today As First Day of Ramadan
Alhaji Sa'ad Abubakar III, the Sultan of Sokoto has declared Monday as the first day of Ramadan fast in Nigeria. Read more »
Muslims around the world will embark on a month of prayer and fasting once the visual sighting of the new crescent moon is observed, to commemorate the revelation of the Koran to ... Read more »
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