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Ramadan: Islamic Clerics Dissect Impact of Coronavirus

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar when Muslims faithful are mandated by Allah to engage in thirty days of obligatory fasting.

Some public spiritual engagements which usually characterized the fasting period such as Tarawih, open lecture, Tafsir among others have however been confined to be held indoors due to the ravaging Coronavirus disease which has shut down social and religious activities in many countries across the world.

Correspondent, Quasim Yahaya in this report sought the view of some clerics on the implications of the lockdown on the spiritual exercise as this year’s Ramadan begins.

Quasim Yahaya

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