As Muslims are expected to start fasting in the month of Ramadhan tomorrow, Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM) has called on the Muslims to devote themselves in prayers for Allah to relieve the burden associated to covid 19 pandemic.
Speaking to Radio Islam, the National Chairman for MAM, Sheikh Idrissa Muhammad, said the pandemic has greatly affected social economic development worldwide that needs Allah’s interventions.
Sheikh Muhammad said many lives have been lost and development projects are at standstill because of the pandemic.
The national Chair has however advised Muslims to follow preventive guidelines when carrying out the prayers.
“Muslims should share the little they have with others to benefit more during the month,” Sheikh Muhammad
Ramadhan is one of the five pillars in Islam and during this holy month Muslims refrain from drinking and eating during the day