Eid-ul-Fitr or Eid Mubarak is a happy occasion for Muslims to feast and rejoice.
It is also a day to say thanks to the almighty Allah for all that he blesses us with.
Eid-ul-Fitr literally translates into the occasion of breaking the fast. This festival marks the closing of the month-long Ramadan fast.
Muslims wait to sight the new moon on the eve of Ramadan to start the festivities the next morning.
Eid is a festival of charity, it is a festival for self-introspection. It has a deep spiritual significance for all.
The celebration varies from country to country with differences in local culture and traditions.
Here is a collection of some Eid ul Fitr messages and wishes that political personalities in Ghana have shared.