Ramadan: Mashood Mustapha (MM) Greets Muslims, Sues For Peaceful Coexistence Among Nigerians


All Progressive Congress (APC) Chieftain in Kwara State, Hon. Mashood Mustapha, (MM) has felicitated with the Muslims in the state and Nigeria on the occasion of the Holy Month of Ramadan.

The Former Member of the Federal House of Representatives urged Kwaran and Nigerian Muslims to imbibe virtues such as feeding the needy, being their brother’s keepers and prayers for peaceful coexistence that usually come with the month of Ramadan.

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“I bring to Kwaran and Nigerian Muslims, warm greetings at this season of Holy Month of Ramadan. It is a season of sober reflection and time to show love to one another more than before”

“I urge everyone of us to be of good character and remain the best of worthy examples, taking after the Holy Prophet (SAW). Let’s also not forget to remember our beloved state and country in prayers, for an end to insecurity and other challenges that we face as a nation,” MM said.

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The former governorship aspirant, also urged citizens to be patient with leaders and admonised them to continue to pray for them for a positive impact on the lives of the people.

MM, also admonises religious leaders in the state to preach and pray for peace at this period of time more than before said “peaceful coexistence among the various religions and ethnic groups in the state, country is the panacea for meaningful progress and national development”

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He pray to the Almighty Allah to accept the fasting as an act of Ibadah, and spare our lives to witness more of it in life.

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