The Commander in chief President Cyril Ramaphosa joined Muslim worshipers as they broke their fast on Thursday, May 6. As reported by SABC, Ramaphosa was invited by ANC MP Faiez Jacobs and the Muslim Judicial Council (MJC) for supper during the holy month of Ramadaan. The event took place at Islamia College, in Lansdowne. Several dignitaries were also in attendance.
President @CyrilRamaphosa visited the Islamia College in Lansdowne where he was invited by MP Faiez Jacobs and the MJC for an Iftar Dinner.
📸: @henkpix/ @AfriNewsAgency#Ramadan #iftar pic.twitter.com/sTNmlvqM1c
— IOL News (@IOL) May 6, 2021
#iftaarwithPresidentSA President @CyrilRamaphosa at the same table as a national hero, Dr Imtiaz Sooliman of @GiftoftheGivers. And a random dude who photobombed the foreground of this picture.
📸: @yazkam pic.twitter.com/oUd0QLt6yO
— Gasant Abarder (@GasantAbarder) May 6, 2021
The President also participated in the Maghrib prayer, which is one of the five mandatory Islamic prayers.
— BYROooooooooooooooooN🗣️🙄😅 (@lukas_byron) May 7, 2021
As reported by News 24, Ramaphosa also dodged questions by reporters regarding his suspension letter from ANC secretary -general Ace Magashule.
— Marvin Charles (@MarvinCharles_) May 6, 2021
Meanwhile, MJC president, Sheikh Irafaan Abrahams, has called on Government to make the restitution of land to claimants from District Six a top priority.