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Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Eid-El-Kabir: Asiwaju Tinubu calls for greater faith on Nigeria - ITREALMS

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Acclaimed national leader of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has called on Nigerians to have greater faith and brotherly concern as they celebrate this year's Eid-El-Kabir, reports 
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In a special message personally signed by Tinubu and made available to ITREALMS on this occasion of Eid-el-Kabir, extended warmest greetings to the Muslim brothers and sisters in Nigeria and around the world.

Part of the message read:

"We give utmost gratitude to Almighty Allah SWT for His munificent blessings and abiding love for all mankind.

"As we celebrate let us never forget the reason for Eid-el- Kabir. We commemorate an act of complete faith in Allah and His instructions unto us. Thus, let celebrate but may we also dedicate ourselves to greater adherence and obedience to the compassionate and spiritually nourishing commands of Almighty Allah.

"Celebrate yes, but let us not forget the poor and vulnerable among us. Reach out to give solace and succour to those unable to help themselves. Show brotherly concern and compassion to all. To be a good Muslim is to be a caring and generous human being. The challenges that we face as a nation call upon us to adhere even more closely to Allah’s commands so that we may overcome these challenges and continue to build the just and prosperous society destined for us.

"This Eid, we must, therefore, beseech Almighty Allah to protect the weak, feed the poor and give us the courage and wisdom to subdue and defeat those who would do violence and destruction to the innocent.

"We pray for our gallant soldiers and other security agents confronting these agents of evil people. we pray for the unity and stability of this country. Let us also remember President Muhammadu Buhari, our governors and other leaders in our prayers so that they can continue to confront and surmount the challenges facing this country so that together we can enjoy the benefits of a better Nigeria.

"Once again, I wish Muslims and indeed all Nigerians a happy Eid-el-Kabir," he urged.

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