GOVERNOR MATAWALLE FELICITATES WITH MUSLIM UMMAH, URGES FOR MORE PRAYER AND DEDICATION TO THE ALMIGHTY

Governor Bello Mohammed (Matawallen Maradun, Shattiman Sakkwato, Barden Hausa) has urged Muslims in the state to re-dedicate their supplication to the Almighty Allah for a more peaceful Zamfara state as we celebrate this year’s Eid-al-Fitr.

Governor Matawalle, who is currently on Umrah (the lesser hajj) sends his felicitation to the entire Muslims in the state and urged them to remember the bounties of Allah who saw us through the holy month of Ramadhan.

“The Eid-el-Fitr marks the end of an important month in the lives of all Muslims as it marks the special period of mercy from Almighty Allah to all his servants”, Governor Matawalle noted and further urged Muslins to seek this special mercy from our Creator.

“As we celebrate the end of this year’s holy month, and as we have sought in our various prayers throughout this month for Allah’s mercy, we should not relent in our re-dedication to good deeds and shun evil deeds in our day-to-day conduct as Muslims”, Governor Matawalle advised.

He said that he noted the special prayers offered for enduring peace in the state, both within and outside the country, and urged all and sundry to always put the interest of the state first and pursue their quest within the orbit of the law.

“We are indeed living in trying times. But nothing surpasses the power of God and He has asked us to pray to Him and He will grant us. We have all used this period of fasting to pray fervently to the Almighty God. What remains for us is to uphold the good virtues we have imbibed during this period to keep our society safe and free from troubles” Governor Matawalle further noted.

He assured us that his administration will continue to uphold the principle of justice and Fair play as much as the pursuit of the best practices that will bring an end to our trials in all spheres of life which include security, economy, social and political.

Source: Zailani Bappa Special Adviser Public Enlightenment, Media, and Communications.

 

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