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Nottingham Forest Star Andrew Ayew Donates Food to Needy in Ramadan

Ghanaian international and Nottingham Forest star Andre Ayew has donated foodstuff to 200 needy Muslims to help them during the fasting month of Ramadan.

The Black Stars captain provided food items to the needy in an event at the Jubilee Park on Wednesday April 12, in a heartwarming display of generosity of compassion, Ghana Web reported.

Afa Hudu, an imam who was present, offered Islamic guidance. He also offered prayers to Andre Ayew and his Family.

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Earlier this month, Ayew, a practicing Muslim, sent a touching message to Muslims all over the globe at the beginning of Ramadan.

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“On my own behalf and on behalf of players of the Black Stars, I wish our Muslim brothers and sisters in Ghana and the world over a fulfilling and rewarding Ramadan. May the blessings associated with Ramadan extend to everyone. Ramadan Kareem,” Ayew wrote.

Month of Charity

Ramadan is the holiest month in the Islamic calendar. The blessed month of Ramadan, a time of reflection, kicked off on Thursday, March 23.

Many Muslims believe that rewards are multiplied in the fasting month.

Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Ramadan is an honorable and blessed month, and the rewards for generosity are multiplied in it.

Last month, former Race Across the World winner Emon Choudhury said he was running the Adidas Manchester Marathon while fasting to raise funds for a charity.

Also in March, Jamshed Miah announced plans for a grueling 22-day trek in the Annapurna range of mountains in Nepal to raise funds for relief efforts.