Fancy Gadam is a Ghanaian musician known for his unique style of music that blends African rhythms with contemporary sounds. It’s admirable that he has chosen to name his third child after the Holy month of Ramadan, which holds a significant place in Islam.
Ramadan is a month of fasting, prayer, reflection, and charity for Muslims all over the world. It’s a time when Muslims focus on strengthening their relationship with God and improving their moral and spiritual values.
Naming a child after Ramadan can be seen as a symbol of appreciation and reverence for the significance and impact of this holy month.
It’s beautiful when parents choose meaningful names for their children that reflect their values, beliefs, and culture.
The naming ceremony of Mohammed Ramadan was held over the weekend at the Music Stars family house in Tamale, the Northern Regional Capital.
Musicians, media personnel, and music lovers were among some dignitaries that graced the occasion of the music star.