Eid el Fitr: Governor Otu exhorts religious followers to “demonstrate peaceful living

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Cross River State Governor Bassey Otu has tasked all of his constituents, regardless of their religious affiliation, with upholding peaceful cohabitation at all times.

In light of the country’s current economic difficulties, the governor specifically asked Nigeria’s Muslim community to keep praying for peace and harmony inside Nigeria.

As they commemorate 2024 Eid-el-Fitr, which marks the conclusion of their one-month fast of Ramadan, Otu recognized the love, sacrifice, and selflessness of Muslims in a goodwill greeting written by his Chief Press Secretary, Gill Nsa.

He encouraged them to carry out good deeds even after Ramadan ended, reflecting on and putting into practice the month’s core values and teachings while expressing gratitude for a successful fast.

According to the governor, Ramadan is a crucial component of Islam around the world because it instills in people the value of abstaining from earthly pleasures and strengthening their faith via prayer and piety in accordance with Qur’anic teachings.

He conveyed his appreciation to those who back his “people first” policy, which uses laws and initiatives to give society’s weak and impoverished their former glory back.

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