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Ramadan: Gov AbdulRazaq urges Muslims to pray for Nigeria

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Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, has appealed to Muslim faithful to pray for the state, Nigeria and the human race at large as the holy month of Ramadan begins on Saturday.

He congratulated Muslims worldwide on the dawn of another Ramadan fast, calling it a new opportunity to get closer to our creator through fasting, alms-giving, and seeking forgiveness.

In a statement, late Friday in Ilorin by his Chief Press Secretary, Rafiu Ajakaye, the governor said “the fasting month is always a lifetime chance for the Muslims to take advantage of God’s abundant mercies to forgive sins and answer prayers in the month in which the Holy Qur’an was revealed and during which the Night of Majesty is witnessed once again.

“I join the rest of the Muslim community to thank God Almighty for this one-of-its-kind window of mercies during which prayers are answered like never before and rewards for good deeds are given in manifolds,” the statement said.

Governor AbdulRazaq congratulated the leader of the faith in Kwara State and Emir of Ilorin Dr. Ibrahim Sulu-Gambari and the entire Muslim community in the state and beyond.

“While reflecting on the inimitable Words of Allah and rededicating ourselves to Him in this holy month, I appeal to everyone to seize this opportunity to pray for our state, Nigeria, and the human race at large.

“Let us also use this opportunity to extend more support to the poor and the silent majority among us in exchange for Allah’s rewards,” he added.

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