Bago urges Muslim faithful to be humble, pious
As Muslim Ummah worldwide celebrate the birth of Prophet Muhammad, Niger State Governor, Mohammed Bago, has urged the faithful to emulate the exemplary lifestyle of the prophet, including piety and humility.
In a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Bologi Ibrahim, the governor also advised Muslims to reflect deeply on the essential lessons of the life and times of the founder of Islam.
The statement noted that humility, love, tolerance and gratitude, among others, were the virtues that characterised his life.
Bago stressed that working in the footsteps of the prophet would guarantee peaceful co-existence, development and progress of any society.
He said: “I urge us all to stick to the teachings of the Prophet, so the society will be a better place for all.”
The governor reiterated his administration’s determination to build a New Niger State by executing people-oriented projects in the state to better the lot of the citizenry.
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