The monarch added that they should not involve in any action that can cause disunity among members of the society, according to a statement released by his spokesman, Mallam Abdulazeez Arowona.
He stated this on Saturday shortly after observing two-rakats prayers at the Ilorin Central Eid praying marking this year’s Eid-el-Kabir sallah festival, saying: “I appeal to my people to be security conscious by being vigilant at all times.”
According to him, “I thank almighty Allah for the increased mutual under and spirit of co-operation and love among our people, especially among our leaders.
“I thank all the people of my Emirate for maintaining the traditional peaceful coexistence and harmony for which Ilorin Emirate is unique and reputed.”
The Emir furthers that, “To those who are performing this year’s holy pilgrimage among us, we wish them Allah’s traveling mercies and happy return to their respective homes, May the gull blessings of Eid-el-Kabir be upon us all.
“For those who celebrated last year’s sallah with us but are now dead, we pray that Allah grant them Al-janatul firdaos and take good care of all those who survived them.”
The Emir therefore rejoiced with the Governor of Kwara State, Mallam Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq and prayed Allah to continue to guide and protect him in the course of governing the State.
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