Police officers in Qatar have decided to take the act of giving during Ramadan to another level. They are doing this by giving their road users refreshments to break their fast.
These police officers in Qatar stand by the roadside to share refreshments to Muslim road users who are stuck in traffic.
This is done so that they can break their fast as at when due. Photos of these police officers performing this kind act was shared recently on Twitter.
These pictures were posted in a tweet by a Twitter user identified as @RadicalYouthMan. Grateful for the service offered by the officers, the tweep could not help but add a caption to the post shared.
See the post below:
"These are Qatar police officers sharing refreshments to road users stuck in traffic, so they can break their fast. These are human beings like Nigerians. They have red blood running in the veins. See, we are the architects of our own problems. Good morning."
Indeed, Ramadan is a period that should be observed with sanctity amongst Muslims. However, there are some myths that should be avoided during this time.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that President Buhari held a crucial meeting with the Emir of Qatar in Abuja. The duo deliberated on market conditions and how they affect the price of crude oil.
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