By Musa Ssemwanga
On Sunday Muslims all over the World celebrated Eid-Al-Fitr which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan.
With the current lock down and health restrictions, it goes down in the books of history as one of the most plain and simple celebrations (no family gatherings and limited food feast).
At a time like this, celebrities all over the world wished their fans a safe Eid and lots of happiness on this day.
Our very own also did the same and we went on a little tour of their social media platforms such as Instagram and facebook.
Non moslem A list celebrities also celebrated and sent heartfelt greetings to their moslem fans.
Among them were the ladies who looked so gorgeous in their Eid dresses (We still didn’t give a crap about getting ready though). It is for this reasons that we also decided to bless your timelines too!
Spice Diana (Hajara Namukwaya)
She spent her Eid at her new posh home and if her snap chat videos are to go with, she spent half of her day celebrating with her friend’s kids.
In the videos, she is seen dining, playing and taking selfies with them.
King Saha (Mansoor Ssemanda)
The Bambi singer has for long attributed part of his musical success to Sheebah’s Team No Sleep.
On this day, pictures of him and Sheebah at her mansion in Munyonyo made rounds.
Eddy Kenzo (Idirisa Musuuza)
First, he posted a series of pictures of him well dressed in moslem attires. On his other social media pages, he followed this with pictures of him and his known two daughters (Amaal and Maya Musuuza).
He captioned the pictures “Eid Mubarak to all Muslims around the world. May Allah bless you all with happiness and keep guiding you in these difficult times”.
Others that posted and had their pictures flood our social media timelines included Fik Fameika (Walukaga Shafik), Kabako (Ssenabulya Yusuf), Khalifa (Sadat Mukiibi), Faridah Nakazibwe, Leila Kayondo, Lydia Jazmine, Frank Gashumba, Katsha De Bank, A Pass, Irene Namubiru, Hanson Baliruno and others.