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Youth leader urges Muslims to pray for national peace during Ramadan

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The leader of Yankuna Maza Youths in Kaduna State Chinedu Mohammed has enjoined all Muslim faithful to prayer for peace across Nigeria during the holy month.

Mohammed, who urged Muslims to embrace and 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.”

“Ramadan’ is a period of Repentance, Forgiveness and as such, we must make out time to strengthen our relationship with Allah, by asking for his forgiveness and mercy,” he said.

He felicitated with President Muhammadu Buhari, the state governor Nasir El-Rufai, Senate president Ahmad Lawan and All Progressives Congress (APC) national leader Bola Tinubu

He enjoins all traditional rulers whom he describes as the custodians of culture to continue instilling morals and values which are sacrosanct to human existence.

Mohammed also urged the traditional leaders not to neglect their tradition and custom for the western culture.

He advised parent’s to show their children love and desist from any form of maltreatment of God’s gift to them.

Mohammed condemned and scolded parents who use other people’s children to build their empire and later discard them while “their children will eventually inherit everything.”

He calls on such people to desist from doing such, saying Allah frowns at such wicked act.


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