Muslims in Ghana and around the world celebrated the Eid–ul–Fitr over the weekend, marking the end of Ramadan.
In view of this, Joy Prime’s morning show, Prime Morning dedicated its Monday show to showing solidarity with Muslims across the country.
The hosts of the show, Jay Foley, Emefa Adeti, and Daniel Dadzie dressed in traditional Islamic clothing to mark the occasion. They also opened the show with a prayer and greetings from the Chief Imam.
There were also performances from two Muslim artists, Araboo and Black Sherif, with Manaf Yussif, a spoken word artiste sharing his latest piece.
Also on the show was CEO of 3music awards, Mr Abdulai Sadiq, and his wife Mrs Adizah Kuburah Sadiq, CEO of Kuburah Diamonds (Kitchen, Fashion, Domestic jobs).
The couple later treated the hosts and crew of Prime Morning to a traditional Salah feast, featuring a wide array of Muslim and traditional Ghanaian dishes.
They used the opportunity to wish other Muslims across the country and the globe; long life, good health, and prosperity.
According to them, since Eid means charity, Ghanaians have to be kind to each other.