Abdulwahab Oba, Kwara

KWARA State Governor, Dr Abdulfatah Ahmed, has urged Muslims to sustain the enduring lessons  of   love,  compassion,  sacrifice and faith in Allah that Eid-el Kabir represents by making such characteristics  enduring virtues in their lives.

Governor Ahmed said this in his Eid-el  Kabir Message to Muslim faithful.

The governor also charged all Nigerians, irrespective of their religious beliefs or ethnic differences, to transform such diversities into platform for national cohesion, understanding and development.

“There’s undoubtedly potency in the diversities of our nationalities that we can drive collectively in the quest for socioeconomic and technological transformation and advancement of the Nigerian space,” he said.

Governor Ahmed said Muslims,  in acknowledgment of Islam as religion of peace, should mark the festival of sacrifice with prayers for our leaders as we meander through the currency of economic challenge.

“These are challenges and sacrifices for change which inevitably will lead the country to eldorado,” the governor said.

Abdulwahab Oba
Chief Press Secretary to the Governor. 

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