By Tajudeen Adebanjo
Senator Mukahil Adetokunbo Abiru and National President of the Association of Local Governments of Nigeria (ALGON), Mr Kolade David Alabi, have enjoined Muslims not to relent in demonstrating Godly virtues and eschew vices they avoided during the Ramadan.
Senator Abiru said: “The unprecedented challenges facing our dear nation demand bipartisan and patriotic efforts at rescuing the country from the cliff. This is the time to come together in unity to forge a national cohesion, tolerance and peace. Our challenges, though daunting but not insurmountable if we collectively renew our commitment to nation building. Let’s us not to stop seeking God’s favour and guidance over the disturbing happenings in the country.”
Alabi advocated peaceful coexistence amongst religious groups.
In a message from his Abuja Media Office, the ALGON boss observed that this year’s Sallah must be used to bring religious together to reflect the virtues and teachings of their religious tenets.
According to him, Ramadan must be reflected in the lives of all faithful.
He pledged the cooperation of local governments to efforts of the Federal and states governments to overcome security challenges.
Alabi urged Nigerians to shun all acts capable of causing disunity in the country.
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