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Podcast variety show among highlights as Hari Raya celebrations go online

Okletsgo’s show is just one of the many online events and campaigns that Muslims here can look forward to. ST PHOTO: ARIFFIN JAMAR
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SINGAPORE - Typically, Mr Hafeez Kamsani, 27, spends the night before Hari Raya Aidilfitri at the Geylang bazaar to usher in the festive period.

Since there is no bazaar this year due to Covid-19, he plans to welcome the festive period by tuning in to a Hari Raya variety show by Okletsgo, his favourite local podcast trio.

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