ADO-EKITI– Former Minister of State (Works) Senator Adedayo Adeyeye has admonished muslims not to stop praying for Nigeria as the 3o- day Ramadan Fast cines to an end on Saturday.
Adeyeye, in a goodwill message made available to journalists by his Personal Assistant Arotolu Ayobami urged Muslim faithful to continue to display the virtues and the morals of the Ramadan season, by being one another’s keepers, especially in these challenging times occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic.
He further asked religious leaders to continue praying for the country and world in general to overcome covid-19 pandemic and other challenges facing the country like insecurities, kidnapping, banditry and others
Prince Adedayo Adeyeye while celebrating Muslim faithful in Ekiti state and Nigeria he asked them to observe all the safety precautions as stated by the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).
“We call on the public to continuously obey the guidelines of the government.
The statement further asked religious leaders to continue praying for the country and world in general to overcome covid-19 pandemic and other challenges facing the country like insecurities, kidnapping, banditry and others
“As we appreciate your coming to the end of this year’s Ramadan prayers, i implore you all not to cease from continuously praying for the peace, unity, and stability of our country.
“I wish to encourage Muslims in Nigeria and all over the world to continue to pray for a speedy end of COVID-19 in our country, Africa and the entire world”
The statement also appeal to Muslims and other religious groups not to desist from the spirit of love and giving to the poor.
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