By Sani Idris
The Emir of Birnin Gwari in Kaduna State, Malam Zubairu Maigwari, urged traders not to increase the cost of their produce as the Ramadan fast approaches.
Maigwari made the call in an interview with reporters Sunday in Kaduna.
“Traders should reason with the common man and reduce the cost of their products, especially food products, to enable people to pay the costs.
“As the holy month of Ramadan approaches, traders should feel the pains of the common man, reduce the cost of food items in order to receive the blessings of Allah in their businesses,” said the royal father.
He noted that religious preachers were concerned about the rising cost of food items “as Ramadan approaches.
“Hence the need to preach against the act”.
Maigwari also appealed to Kaduna state and the federal government, market unions and regulators to monitor and moderate market prices to avoid an outrageous rise in the cost of food.
“Artificial inflation makes life extremely difficult for Nigerians,” Maigwari said.
“Traders should think about meeting God and the consequences of tripling commodity prices.
“Allah observes you in everything you do, always fear Him in everything you do. ”
He called on Muslim clerics to preach peaceful coexistence between peoples and to avoid words likely to incite.
“I also call on the leaders of various religious groups to be fair in all their actions, failure to do so requires the survival of the fittest, which in the long term strongly affects the development of the country as a whole,” he said. said Maigwari. . (NOPE)
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