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Muslims urged to reflect Qur’an teachings

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The Olororuwo-Ororuwo, Kamorudeen Adeyemi Adeyanju has enjoined all Muslim faithful to embrace and practice the teachings of the Holy Qur’an in the forthcoming Ramadan.

Speaking at a lecture in Ogun State, Adeyanju said Ramadan is a period of reconnecting back to Allah, as he says Islam teaches peace and peaceful coexistence amongst one another.

He, therefore, urge all Muslims to “seize the opportunity to strengthen our relationship with Allah.”

Adeyanju enjoined all Muslim faithful to reflect the noble practice of ensuring peaceful co-existence with every member of the society.

He urged all Muslims to remain steadfast in their Islamic faiths and believes in the religion.

He also enjoined all Muslim faithful to pray for peace across Nigeria during the holy month.

Adeyanju, who urged Muslims to practice the teachings of the Holy Quran, said “Ramadan is a period of reconnecting back to Allah. Islam teaches peace and peaceful coexistence amongst one another.”

In his final remark, he enjoins all traditional rulers whom he describes as the Custodian of our laws, saying our customs are sacrosanct, as they have been in existence long before us and will continue to be after we are long gone.

He further condemned the neglect for tradition and custom for western culture. He frowned at the perception of local custom and tradition being inferior, saying “our customs is sacrosanct and defines us.”

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