The new Scottish Prime Minister Hamza Yousaf held a prayer with his family at the official residence

Hamza Yousaf, the first Muslim Prime Minister of Scotland, spent the first evening in the official residence with prayer and iftar.

Scotland's Prime Minister-elect shared a photo of himself leading a prayer to end the daily Ramadan fast with his family on his first night at the Head of Government's official residence, Bute House.

"A special moment to take my family to pray at Bute House, as is customary when we break our fast," he tweeted, sharing photos of the prayer with family members as well.

The Scottish Parliament on Tuesday elected Yousaf, the leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP) as the new Prime Minister and the successor to the current Prime Minister. Nicholas Sturgeon.

Yousaf became the first Muslim to head a major party in the United Kingdom.

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