Kaduna State governor, Nasir el-Rufa’i, has praised the spirit of sacrifice and resilience displayed by the Muslim community of the State during the fasting period.
In his Ed-el-Fitr message, “the governor congratulated the Muslim community on the successful completion of Ramadan, and prayed that Almighty Allah will bless the immense sacrifices that are being made.
The message was contained in a statement issued by the governor’s Special Adviser on Media and Communication, Muyiwa Adekeye yesterday.
The statement said that el-Rufa’i urged the Muslim community to keep hope alive, and to celebrate Eid el-Fitr in compliance with public health guidelines prescribed to protect everyone from Covid-19.
The governor expressed gratitude to Almighty Allah for removing the circumstances that compelled the month of fasting and Eid el-Fitr to happen under quarantine in 2020.
“Governor el-Rufa’i prayed that Almighty Allah will amply reward and bless the efforts of faith and worship”, the statement added.
The Special Adviser further stated that the governor appealed to all communities in the State to uphold peace and harmony.
“Noting the severity of the ongoing security challenges, he urged all residents to practice vigilance and be law-abiding while the State awaits the intensification of the security operations that are required to secure our communities”, he added.