Vice-president Mahamudu Bawumia has wished Ghanaian Muslims well after their successful completion of Ramadan.
In a Facebook post on Sunday, Bawumia said Eidul Fitir was an occasion to show gratitude to Allah for taking Muslims through a period of fasting.
He said it was also an occasion to show kindness to other people.
The vice-president urged Muslims to hold on the values of love, patience, empathy and sacrifice cultivated during the period of the fasting.
He also called on them to continue to pray for the well-being of Ghana.
"...let us pray for peace, unity and prosperity. Let us rededicate ourselves to the service of the Almighty, to the service of humanity and to the service of our nation, Ghana. May the Almighty Allah be our guide and guard in everything we do," he said.
Earlier, former president John Mahama also wished Muslims well on their completion of Ramadan.
In a Facebook post on Sunday, Mahama prayed that Allah would accept the prayers of Muslims during the month of Ramadan.
He also prayed for Allah's continued blessings for Ghana.
Former president Rawlings and his wife, Nana Konadu, also released a statement that wished Muslims well for successfully completing Ramadan.
The Rawlings family thanked Muslims for their prayers for the nation and appealed to them not to relent in their prayers for the country.
On social media, Ghanaians are still celebrating the end of Ramadan:
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