Muslims in nigeria are to commence fasting from tomorrow Tuesday.
CityNews Nigeria reports that the Ramadan crescent has been sighted in some locations in Nigeria, the National Moonsighting Committee disclosed on Monday night.
By this, the 30-day Ramadan fast is expected to begin on Tuesday, April 13.
The Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs on Monday announced that Ramadan in Nigeria will commence on Tuesday, April 13.
The announcement was made by the NSCIA President-General and Sultan of Sokoto, Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar, in a broadcast.
The fasting month of Ramadan will also start on Tuesday in Saudi Arabia and most Arab countries.
Other Arab countries who have also announced that Ramadan will start on Tuesday include Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, atar, Syria, Jordan, Palestine, and Egypt.