This is contained in a Sallah message signed by the association’s chairman, the Onyendu Ndigbo of Kano, Chief John Nnaji, issued in Kano.
The statement also called on Muslims to always reflect on the spirit of the festive period which focused on sacrifice.
It urged Nigerians to foster unity, to enhance peaceful coexistence for economic growth and developmental in the country. [eap_ad_2] The statement stressed the need for Nigerians to cooperate with security agencies to check the insecurity challenges in the country as no nation could develop in uncertainty.
It also called on leaders in the country to exhibit the fear of God in the discharge of their duties while urging the people to support their leaders with prayers.
The statement expressed happiness with Kano State Government, the Emirate Council and the entire Muslims community on the Eid-el- Kabir occasion. (NAN). [eap_ad_3]
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