Eid-el Kabir: NSHA Speaker Felicitates With Muslims, Call For Fervent Prayers On Insecurity, 2023 Elections

Speaker, Nasarawa State House of Assembly Alh Ibrahim Balarabe Abdullahi has felicitated with the Muslim communities on this year’s Eid-el Kabir celebration and called for fervent prayers for the nation’s security and other challenges.

A statement by Press Secretary to the Speaker Jibrin Gwamna quotes the Speaker Balarabe Abdullahi as also urging citizens to use the period to pray for the success of 2023 general elections in the country.

Speaker, Balarabe Abdullahi who is the State Amirul – Hajj and Leader of Nasarawa State Government’s delegation to this year’s pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia underscored the significance of the festival of sacrifice hence the need for the period to be used for sober reflections through love and sacrifice.

The State Number Three Citizen urged believers to use the period to strengthen their relationship with God and fellow human beings especially the need for the well to do to support the less privileged in the society to give them sense of belonging.

“let us all continue to pray fervently for God Almighty to see our country out of this security challenges and other emerging challenges facing the nation”

“we should also use this unique period to pray for the success of the upcoming general elections in the country”

“pray and support our leaders at all levels to succeed, President Muhammadu Buhari needs our prayers, our amiable Governor Engr. Abdullahi A Sule needs our support and prayers to enable them succeed as well as all other leaders at all levels “

Speaker Balarabe Abdullahi while emphasizing the need for all to be law abiding citizens and remain committed to constituted authorities, wished all Muslims a successful sallah celebration.

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