The Guardian
Email YouTube Facebook Instagram Twitter WhatsApp

Evaluate your deeds daily, Muslims urged

Related

Alhaji Kilanshe Musiliu (left); Deputy Mufasir of Abesan Estate Muslim Community, Imam AbdurRasak Akorede Subar (AEMC), Imam Abdur Rasak Subar; President AEMC, Alhaji Mukaila Sanusi;B.O.T Chairman, Alhaji Aromire Abdul Ganiu; Public Relation Officer AEMC, Mr Folohunsho Tajudeen during 2019 Eid-Ul-adha prayer session in Lagos.

Muslims have been urged to evaluate their deeds daily and seek forgiveness from Almighty Allah in order to attain the endless bliss.

Speaking at the Eid prayer session in Abesan Estate, Lagos, the Deputy Muffasir of Abesan Estate Muslim Community (AEMC), Imam Abdurrasak Zubair, urged Muslims to evaluate their past, build the present and project the future.

“If there is good in you deeds, then thank Allah and add onto it; and if there is evil in it, then ask for forgiveness, repent, and make a commitment of not repeating it. All abnormalities committed by every individual in the past should be adjusted and corrected. Individual people should build on their righteous deeds in order to attain success,” he said.

He implored Muslims to go back to Allah by adhering unto his words because every problem solution is enshrined in the Holy Quran be it economic, political, spiritual or marital. Only Allah is sufficient, humans are imperfect.

x

He advised political leaders to act in the best interest of the citizen by being just and also provides the required obligation of the citizen.

“President Muhammad Buhari should apply wisdom in his ruling, he should not be partial to the citizens. He should nominate righteous people who have the fear of Allah in his cabinet,” he said.

Zubair also urged clerics to sooth people with the word of Allah, which, he said would go a long way in changing the emotion of people, who are putting the country in disarray.

He advised Nigerians that participated in the just-concluded hajj exercise to come back to the country with piety and righteousness and desist from every form of frivolities.

The President of Abesan Muslim Community, Alhaji Mukaila Sanusi urged Nigerians to leave together in peace and forbearance with one another.

“We should all constructively and positively transform tribal, ethnic, religious and faith based conflicts in order to create a path for peace, harmony, unity, development and security in the country.

“Members of the society need to be oriented toward peace and tolerance rather than towards violence. At the same time, social, economic, and political systems have to be re-oriented to peace and tolerance. Inclusively, the discipline of peaceful co-existence and religious tolerance must shape our way of life,” he said.

Public relation Officer, AEMC, Folounsho Tajudeen, urged the entire Muslims to embrace peace in order to combat the crisis facing the Ummah.

He commended the people of Abesan community on the unity and love that binds them.


Receive News Alerts on Whatsapp: +2348136370421

No comments yet