Accra (IP) - The Shia community of Ghana held a mourning ceremony on the occasion of the demise anniversary of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) on Friday.

Iran PressAfrica: According to Iran Press correspondent, Ghanaian Shia Muslims attended the event that took place at a suburb of a residential town of Nima in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana to mourn on the demise anniversary of the Holy Prophet of Isam, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

Muslims around the world hold mourning ceremonies on the 28th of Safar each year to mark the demise anniversary of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

The 28th day of the month of Safar (the second month in the lunar Hijri calendar) marks the passing away of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) as well as the martyrdom of Imam Hassan (AS), the second Shia Imam.


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