Do Not Throw Ramadan Lessons Aside – Oshiomhole Charges Muslims


Muslims have been charged to maintain the teachings they received during the Ramadan season and work in line with Almighty Allah’s injunctions.
The charge was made by the Edo state governor, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole in his Id-el-Fitr message signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr Peter Okhiria on Tuesday.

The governor said the preaching of love, perseverance, self-denial, almsgiving and others learnt during the holy month of Ramadan should be sustained and made a daily lifestyle.

His words, “While I congratulate the Muslim faithful for the successful completion of the Ramadan, I urge them to sustain the spirit of godliness, charity, perseverance and spiritual intercession for the nation which were some of the lessons learnt during the Holy Month.

“Having observed strictly the injunctions of Almighty Allah through fasting and prayers and by offering Zakat, the lessons learnt during the Holy month should not be lost, rather they should be part of the daily lives of the true Muslim in his dealings with fellow Muslims and people of other faith.

“The spiritual intercession offered by the faithful during Ramadan for peace, progress and stability in Edo State and the nation should be sustained, especially as the state goes into another phase of its political life.

“I appeal to the faithful to continue to live in peace and harmony with all; to continue to lead by example in supplications to Allah for continued progress and development of our dear state.

“I wish the faithful joyous celebrations and showers of Allah’s blessings. Barka da sallah.”


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