Imo deputy governor urges Muslims to pray for peace, unity

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OWERRI – The Deputy Governor of Imo State, Mr Eze Madumere, has urged Muslims in the state to pray for peace and unity in the country. Madumere made the call on Monday in a statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr Uche Onwuchekwa.

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He congratulated them on the successful completion of the Ramadan, which he said, afforded them the opportunity of “spiritual rejuvenation and communing with Allah while pouring their hearts desire to Him”.

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He observed that the Eid-el Fitr celebrations also called for sober reflection and prayers for the families of the victims of insurgency.

Madumere wished them a peaceful celebration and urged them to continue to lend their support to the state government. (NAN)

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