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NASFAT prays for peaceful elections



Determined to promote peaceful co-existence and harmony among the citizens of the country, the foremost Islamic organisation, Nasrul-lahi-li Fathi Society of Nigeria (NASFAT) has concluded plans to observe a special prayer towards a hitch- free, peaceful general elections.

The special prayer themed: “2019 Elections: Oh Allah, Let This Election Bring Peace and Progress in Nigeria” is scheduled to hold on February 3, 2019 at NASFAT Islamic Centre, Km 35 Along Lagos Ibadan Expressway.

Publicity Secretary, NASFAT, Banji Busari said the event would be attended by over 100 branches representing three zones of NASFAT, Lagos Zone One, Lagos Zone Two and Ogun zones. Special prayers would hold simultaneously in all the 16 zones of NASFAT both in Nigeria and in the diaspora.

He said in addition to its main focus of asking to Allah on behalf of the country, for peace and prosperity to continue to reign before, during and after the election, the special prayer is also intended to cover prayers towards emergence of credible candidates with the genuine capacity to use the instrumentality of their political positions to bring progress to the country.

The Chief Missioner of NASFAT, Imam Mahroof Abdulazeez Onike will be leading over forty missioners of the Society from Lagos and Ogun States to offer the special prayers for the nation and the political candidates.

He added that, candidates contesting for political position are invited to grace the occasion, which will also be used to admonish them on the need to ensure peaceful conduct of the election.

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