Connect with us

Breaking News

[BREAKING] Eid ul-Fitr: Govt Declares 7 Days As Public Holidays



For advert placement, news publication, event coverage and promotions, call or Whatapp; +2349037160966


The Government of United Arab Emirates (UAE) has made a significant announcement that has been warmly welcomed by federal employees. In celebration of Eid al-Fitr, the nation will observe a week-long holiday. This announcement coincides with the conclusion of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting observed by Muslims worldwide.

The UAE government has confirmed that the Eid ul-Fitr holidays will begin on April 8 and extend until April 14. This seven-day break, spanning from Monday to Sunday, allows government employees to fully engage in the festivities and enjoy meaningful time with their families.

Normal operations in federal government offices will resume on April 15, following the week-long holiday. This decision reflects the UAE’s commitment to promoting a healthy work-life balance for its employees and recognizing the cultural significance of Eid al-Fitr.

While the announcement directly impacts federal government employees, it has also generated anticipation within the private sector. Although no official schedule has been released for Eid holidays in the private sector yet, the government’s inclusive approach to public holidays in the past suggests that a similar announcement for private sector employees may be forthcoming.

This development has garnered attention from foreign media, highlighting the UAE’s acknowledgment of Eid al-Fitr as a time for celebration and relaxation. It also underscores the nation’s commitment to respecting cultural diversity and ensuring that all citizens have the opportunity to observe their religious practices.

For advert placement, news publication, event coverage and promotions, call or Whatapp; +2349037160966
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Follow us on Facebook

Recent Posts