South Sudan’s head of state joined thousands of the Muslim community yesterday during the celebration of Eid Mubarak in the country’s capital city Juba.
The president through his statement reminded the Muslim congregations to pray for peace and forgiveness as they celebrate their Long month of fasting Ramadan across the countrywide.
The prayer was also attended by the country’s vice President for service cluster Mr Hussein and security advisor Mr Tut Gatluak including other senior Government officials.
Muslims around the world celebrated Eid Mubarak marking the end of 30 days of fasting Ramadan. Ramadan is a holy month in the Islamic calendar for those believe in Allah to respect it and abstaining from anything makes a true moslim unable to concentrate.
Eid Mubarak is the most important period considered by Muslim believers across the Globe it’s only holiday where they visit friends and families to have fans while meeting with the rest there and share the movement of joy.