Eid-Al-Fitr: Keep Praying for Nigeria, Ekweremadu Urges Muslims

The Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, has called on the Muslim Ummah to keep praying for the nation and also sustain the virtues imbibed during  Ramadan beyond the holy month.

In his Eid-Al-Fitr message to Nigerian Muslims signed by his special Adviser (Media)
Uche Anichukwu, the Deputy Senate President said that continually praying for the peace, security, and progress of Nigeria and walking in the right direction would surely turn the fortunes of the country around.

“I congratulate the Muslim Ummah on their successful journey of faith, discipline, peace and love throughout the month of Ramadan. Going forward, I urge them to ensure that the great virtues of peace, love, forgiveness, sacrifice, and patriotism imbibed during the Ramadan Fast are felt in every aspect of our national lives beyond the holy month.

“I urge the Muslim Ummah and indeed all Nigerians to continually pray for the nation in the face of the worrisome security and daunting national challenges. I have no doubt that with prayers and the right attitudes and policies, Nigeria will emerge stronger from her present difficulties”, he said.

The Senator wished the Muslim faithful and the nation a happy Eid Al-Fitri celebration.



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