RAMADAN: Gov Bello Urges Muslims To Be Dedicated To Good Deeds, Prayer For Nig

13 April 2021 By Ohikwo Muhammad

Muslims have been urged to dedicate the Ramadan season to pray fervently for the nation while engaging in good deeds.

Kogi State Governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello made the call in a Statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Muhammed Onogwu as Muslims commence the Ramadan fast.

The statement notes that the period was globally revered hence it should be utilised by Muslims to pray for progress and peace in Nigeria.

It calls on Muslims to devote more time to prayer and acts of charity and self-discipline.

The statement further stresses that this year’s Ramadan should be a time of spiritual reflection, self-improvement and heightened devotion as well as worship,in accordance with teachings of Prophet Muhammed (S.A.W).

It therefore prays Allah to bestow on all Muslim Ummah the good health to engage faithfully and benefit from the blessings of the season.

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