👤 By Abdul Tukur, Exclusive
The holy month of Ramadan is coming to a close this week.
To mark the last six days of Ramadan, a time when Muslim do not eat or drink from dawn till dusk, Al-Amin Islamic Foundation, a non-governmental organisation based in Kaduna has been providing hot meals to the people in the state.
DENISAURUS News understands that the NGO which helps to train children to read, in association with the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia, the Cultural Attaché office will provide meals for up to 800 people before Friday 15 June, 2018.
A member of the team confirmed to this paper that visits will be made to local hospitals and orphanage homes to provide the hot meals to be used for iftar.
The Foundation which began the programme on Friday 8 June, 2018, have already made drop off at places in Kawo, Badarawa/Kwaru, Kaduna, Nigeria.
On Sunday, a visit was made to a local hospital in the Tudun Wada local government area.
There are planning to visit an hospital on Makarfi road Rigasa at 4’oclock on Monday, 11 June, 2018.
There was moi-moi (bean cake), fried rice, spaghetti and jollof rice on the menu list.
In a typical Hausa tradition, there was also surplus Zobo, Ginger Ale and other refreshing drinks to go with the hot and spicy meals.