On Monday, May 2, numerous Nigerian celebrities took to various social media platforms to celebrate the Eid Mubarak festival.
Eid occurs in Shawwal, the month after Ramadan. And in the same way the month of fasting starts with the seeing of the new crescent moon, Eid is marked after the sighting of the moon for the month of Shawwal.
Some notable Nollywood celebrities like Mo Bimpe and her husband, Lateef Adedimeji, Sola Kosoko, Mide Martins, Adebayo Salami aka Oga Bello, Sola Kosoko, Mercy Aigbe, and more have stepped out for the Eid Mubarak celebrations.
Actress Mercy Aigbe had this to say:
“Taqaballahu minna wa minkum
May Allah continue to shower you and your family with unending blessings, joy, peace, grace, and love!
In another post, she wrote, “Iyawo Alhaji”
Actor Lateef Adedimeji and his wife, Mo Bimpe wrote:
Other celebrities had this to say:
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