Eid-el-Kabir: Akeredolu urges Muslims to continue to live in peace

Ondo State governor, Mr. Rotimi Akeredolu, has appealed to Muslims and Nigerians to continue to live in peace to usher unprecedented development to the state and country.

This was contained in a Sallah message to the Muslims across the country by Akeredolu who saluted the Muslim community for the peaceful practice of their religion, generally regarded as a way of peace.

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Akeredolu reminded Muslims faithful to let moderation be their watchword as they celebrate this year’s Sallah.

He also urged them to remember the needy among them by extending the hands of love towards them.

The governor called on all Muslim faithful to continue to pray for the country, particularly as the nation continues to battle the serious issues of insecurity.

He advised them to offer prayers for the security agencies who are battling to maintain the peace in the country, just as he preached peaceful celebration, giving and love, among others.

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