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Eid-il-Fitr: Let’s engage in what is right, avoid what is forbidden in Islam, Lawan urges Nigerians





THE President of the Senate, Senator Ahmad Lawan, has called on Muslim faithful to in the spirit of this year’s Eid-il-Fitr to imbibe the lessons of self restraint, sacrifice, charity and sharing with their neighbours and the needy, which the Holy Month teaches us. Let’s continue to show these in our daily lives.

Lawan, in his Sallah message, congratulated the Muslim Ummah for the successful completion of the Holy Month of Ramadan.

In a statement released on Sunday by his Special Adviser, Media, Ola Awoniyi; the President of the Senate said, “We should also continue to pray for security and peace in our beloved country, Nigeria and in the world at large.

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“As Nigerians, let us engage in what is right and avoid whatever is forbidden by our faith, and be good representatives of our faith.

“We should continue to abhor whatever threatens peace and embrace whatever strengthens the unity of our nation.

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“The National Assembly will continue to play its role, in partnership with the Executive, towards achieving our national dreams and aspirations ”

Lawan wished all Muslim faithful a happy Eid-el-Fitr.

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