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I take this earliest opportunity to wish a happy Idd-ul-Adha to all Muslim brothers and sisters. 

Idd-ul-Adha marks the end of Haji, an annual Islamic pilgrimage to the Holy City of Mecca. 

A part of the Idd-ul-Adha, there is also another Idd celebration known as Idd-ul-Fitr. The former is one of the holiest days in Islamic religious calendar. 

Kenya’s Interior Cabinet Secretary has announced Friday as a public holiday. 

In the face of Covid-19 pandemic outbreak, Muslims as well as Christians are required to hold prayers for a maximum of 100 people and that should last for 1 hour only. 

Faithfuls will be required to wear their masks throughout the prayer session. 


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