Eid’ul Fitr holidays celebrates the conclusion of the 29 or 30 days of dawn-to-sunset fasting during the entire month of Ramadhan with the most important aspect being the Congregational Salat which takes less than an hour of our 24 hours Eid holidays. So what next after the Salat. In Ghana, you either stay home and sleep at a point, visit a boring family member or walk tirelessly on congested streets and probably get robbed, faint or injured by a motor rider.
From time memorial, Eid celebrations after Salat has evolved from one boring stage to another. Given trends of modernity and time development, Eid celebrations are gradually evolving. This is the powerful movement curated and idealized by a group of young individuals to put an end to boring Eid Celebrations by having fun the Halal way. As the Quran preach unity and togetherness, Halal Events have thought deeply into fusing modern ways of events into our cultural setting to suit the dynamics of our sociocultural activities. Hence the need and development of HotonEidi (Sallah Fair ). Hoto actually means Picture in the Hausa language; the wildely spoken language that is associated with Muslims on the African soil. So Hoton Eid’I basically mean Sallah (EID) Pictures.
Halal Events seek to bring all Muslims under one umbrella in the name of unity and togetherness by putting up together a carefully planned Photo Fair on Eids day as the nation pray in unison. The fair which includes photography, food, and drinks, as well as Islamic fashion sales, seeks to encourage all Muslim individuals in their respective fields of skills and entrepreneurial sector to come and showcase their crafts and handiwork. In a way to expose the Muslim communities to the skills and knowledge hidden in our zongo neighbourhoods far and near. A vivid explanation to This glorious Sallah Fair allows for Eidul Fitr celebrants to take instant print professional photos, a food and drinks segment which will expose to the wider world the culinary skills of our Muslim brothers and sisters. Most importantly a short forum to discuss pertinent issues in our society by inviting expert guests in areas of concern. We vehemently welcome the Muslim communities in unison under the auspices of His Eminence The National Chief Imam, Dr Alhaji father of all Sheikh Nuru Sharubutu. A step in its right direction to contribute.
We vehemently welcome the Muslim communities in unison under the auspices of His Eminence The National Chief Imam, Dr Alhaji father of all Sheikh Nuru Sharubutu. A step in its right direction to contribute to skillset and knowledge geared towards general and Socioeconomic Development of the entire Muslim Ummah. We wish all parents, friends and family and the entire Ummah worldwide a Happy Barka Da Sallah in Advance. May we grow to see more Ramadans and Eids, May our efforts to help our Islamic society to grow increase from strength, to progress in all our events. Most importantly an honourable Barka Da Sallah to His Eminence ChiefImamm and the PDA of office of the national chief imam. We thank the high office of His Eminence for his support.