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Eid-el-Fitr: Pray for committed leadership – MULAN president urges

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 The President of Muslim Lawyers Association of Nigeria MULAN Prof Ibrahim Abikan has urged Nigerians to pray for election of good leaders in the 2023 general elections Abikan made the appeal in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos He urged Nigerians to use the opportunity of Eid el Fitr celebration to pray fervently for the country He said that good leaders would be dedicated to the welfare of the citizens and therefore were worth praying fervently for This period brings forth a message of peace sacrifice tolerance and sharing with others and these are the lessons Muslims are supposed to learn during Ramadan The lesson for all Muslims and non Muslims alike is that we must shun evil acts We are facing a critical period elections one of the obligations of Muslims is to pray for the nation We must continue in our prayers for the nation we should pray that during elections Allah will help us to bring forth the best of leaders that will be sympathetic to our course and committed to the development of the country he said The professor also urged Nigerians to pray that God would tackle all other challenges of the nation Abikan noted that Ramadan was a period for Muslims to learn to improve in relationship with God and man This training undertaken in one full month is expected to last Muslims for another 11 months before the next Ramadan During Eid we are also expected to continue our acts of charity and alms giving to both Muslims and non Muslims and to feel what the less privileged are feeling he said Abikan called for peaceful coexistence among all Nigerians irrespective of religion tribe and social status NAN
Eid-el-Fitr: Pray for committed leadership – MULAN president urges

Muslim Lawyers Association of Nigeria

The President of Muslim Lawyers Association of Nigeria (MULAN), Prof. Ibrahim Abikan, has urged Nigerians to pray for election of good leaders in the 2023  general elections.

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Abikan made the appeal  in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos.

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He urged Nigerians to use the opportunity of Eid-el-Fitr celebration to pray fervently for the country.

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He said that good leaders would  be dedicated to the welfare of the  citizens and, therefore, were worth praying fervently for.

“This period brings forth a message of peace, sacrifice, tolerance and sharing with others, and these are the lessons Muslims are supposed to learn during Ramadan.

“The lesson for all Muslims and non Muslims alike is that we must shun evil acts.

“We are facing a critical period  – elections; one of the obligations of Muslims is to pray for the nation.

“We must continue in our prayers for the nation, we should pray that during elections, Allah will help us to bring forth the best of leaders that will be sympathetic to our course and committed to the development of the country,” he said.

The professor also urged Nigerians  to pray  that God would tackle all other challenges of the nation.

Abikan noted that Ramadan was a period for Muslims  to learn to improve in relationship with God and man.

“This training undertaken in one full month is expected to last Muslims for another 11 months before the next Ramadan.

During Eid

“During Eid, we are also expected to continue our acts of charity and alms-giving to both Muslims and non Muslims, and to feel what the less privileged are feeling,” he said.

Abikan called for peaceful coexistence among all Nigerians irrespective of religion, tribe and social status.

(NAN)

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