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NASFAT tells Muslims to live with Ramadan virtues


Kaduna State branch of Nasrul-Lahi-L-Fatih Society (NASFAT) has urged Muslim faithful to remain steadfast and continue with the virtues they have imbibed during the holy month of Ramadan.

According to the chairman, Muhydeen Yusuf, Islam does not only encourage doing good during the month of Ramadan alone, it also encourages us to accept with cordiality the tenets of Islam and always be good at all times.

He made this assertion at the weekend while addressing newsmen during the end of NASFAT’s Tafsir (Qu’ran recitation) in Kaduna.

“What is the benefit of the good work you have done during Ramadan, if after Ramadan you use your legs to kick them away? We must remain steadfast in our religion, to be very prayerful and be patient in all our endeavours, so that we can get the reward from God.

“It is important that whichever virtue we have embedded, we continue in that spirit beyond the period of Ramadan.

“The essence of Ramadan is to instil in us discipline and charity. It is not expected of us to stop all these good deeds after Ramadan. I will implore our brothers and sisters to continue with these virtues,” he said.

In his remarks, the chief missioner, Moh’d Raji, said “the punishment of God awaits whoever derails from the guidelines and conditions of the Almighty God on how we are to be custodian of ourselves.”

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