Second term inauguration: Enugu muslims pray for Buhari, Ugwuanyi
Muslims in Enugu State held Jumm’at prayers to mark the last Friday of the first term of the administrations of President Buhari and Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State and prayed to Allah to grant them success in their second term.
Offering prayers at the event, which was graced by Ugwuanyi as part of the activities marking his second term inauguration, Chief Imam, Zurka Said, also prayed for the successful inauguration of the President and Gov. Ugwuanyi and commended the governor for his peace initiatives, humble disposition and commitment to national unity. He added that the good deeds of the governor have enhanced peace and harmonious existence of all Nigerians resident in Enugu State.
Earlier, the Chairman of NASFAT, Enugu State, Muhammad Usman, who appreciated the governor for his presence at the event also prayed for God’s blessing upon the President. The Sarkin Hausa Community, Abubakar Sambo, expressed gratitude to the governor for his humility and love for every resident of the state irrespective of religion or tribe.