Strive to make this Ramadhan enjoyable for all

Ramadhan prayers

A Muslim faithful prays at Jamia Mosque in Nairobi on April 28, 2020 during Ramadhan.

Photo credit: Sila Kiplagat | Nation Media Group

What you need to know:

  • This season of Islamic fasting comes as the country is still fighting the third wave of the coronavirus.
  • The Islamic leadership should work to inspire hope and healing for the faithful despite the setbacks. 

Muslims are set to begin the obligatory month-long dawn-to-dusk dry fasting next week as a way of developing consciousness and closeness to God.

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