Ramadan: Ekweremadu Urges Prayer For Nigeria
The Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, has called on the Muslim Umah to pray for the peace and security of Nigeria at Ramadan.
Ekweremadu, who made the call in his goodwill message to the Muslim Umah at the start of Ramadan Fast, expressed worries over the incessant killings across the country and urged them to pray for divine help for Nigeria.
“The killings are quite disturbing. We have never had it so bad in peace time. Therefore, while the security agencies do their best to end the carnage, I also call on our Muslim brethren to fast and pray fervently in this holy month of Ramadan for divine intervention in the security and stability of the country.
“I urge sober reflection towards true national reconciliation, peace, unity, and justice to enable our nation to make a meaningful progress”.
Ekweremadu wished the Muslim Umah a rewarding holy month of Ramadan.
Special Adviser (Media) to Deputy President of the Senate
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