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Sulu-Gambari enjoin Muslims to embrace Peace, Harmony

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By Arowona Abdulazeez, Ilorin

The Emir of Ilorin, Alhaji Ibrahim Sulu-Gambari, has enjoined Muslims to continue to sustain their religion obligations by living in peace and harmony with their fellow human-beings.
The monarch stated this on Sunday in Ilorin the Kwara State capital while delivering the 2017 Eid-Fitr sallah message at the Ilorin Central Yidi Praying Ground.
ROYAL NEWS reports that the praying ground was full to capacity
while both commercial and spiritual activities went peacefully.
According to the Emir, “We give thanks to Almighty Allah (SWT) once again for granting us His grace to observe the Ramadan fasting
successfully. I enjoin Muslim faithful to sustain their obligation of
living in peace and harmony with fellow human beings.
“They should abstain from any action(s) that can cause disunity among members of the society. I appeal to government at all levels to make welfare of the masses their priority.”
In his sermon shortly after the two-rakat prayers, the Chief Imam of Ilorin, Alhaji Muhammad Bashir Soliu, described life and everything therein as vanity stressing that Nigerian leaders should learn from the rise and fall of the past world leaders.
He also warned citizens to shun all forms of violence and
dishonourable attitudes that can lead to the disunity among
communities and the entire country at large.
The cleric therefore prayed for harmonious working relationship among the entire citizens as well as economic recovery for the nation.

Sulu-Gambari enjoin Muslims to embrace Peace, Harmony

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