Ghanaian actor, Lil Win, has donated food items to the Tafo Central Mosque in Kumasi.
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The items included boxes of Indomie noodles, bags of rice, bottles of cooking oil, cans of milk and packs of bottled soft drinks.
The actor donated the items to support members of the Muslim community in Kumasi who are celebrating Eid-al-Fitr.
The chief imam of the mosque thanked Lil Win for the gesture and presented him with a cloth as a blessing.
Lil Win is one of the biggest names in the Ghana entertainment industry.
YEN.com.gh recently published photos of his luxurious cars and other property.
Meanwhile, Vice-President Mahamudu Bawumia has also wished Muslims well as they mark Eid-al-Fitr.
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.
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