on 2024-03-11 (5 days from now)
Ramadan in Ghana typically starts with the sighting of the new moon, marking the beginning of the holy month for Muslims. During this time, Muslims in Ghana observe fasting from dawn until sunset, engage in increased prayer and reflection, and focus on spiritual growth and connection with Allah. The community comes together for special prayers, iftar meals to break the fast, and acts of charity to support those in need. Ramadan is a time of self-discipline, devotion, and solidarity for Muslims in Ghana.
How to recognize Ramadan Start at work?