Eid-l-fitr: Continue practicing what Ramadan teaches – Akosile charges Muslims

 

The Chairman of King’s Touch, Engr Olufemi Akosile has congratulated Muslims in Osun State, Nigeria and all over the world for a successful completion of this year’s Ramadan.

Akosile urged them to praticalise what they have learnt from the Holy month and do away from activities that don’t glorify Almighty Allah.

He called for understanding between Muslims and other religions in the country in the interest of peace, adding that conflict with each other would have negative impact in the country.

The All Progressives Congress stalwart made this call on Thursday in a statement he personally signed and obtained by InsightMedia. He noted that meditation, prayers and personal sacrifice is a test of endurance and commitment to the faith.

According to him, “Those who have scaled the mountain successfully have emerged in the spirit of renewal for a peaceful and rewarding life not only for themselves but also for the community in which they live.

“This is our expectation from our Muslim brothers and sisters in the state of Osun and Nigeria as a whole.”

The House of Representatives Aspirant for Obokun and Oriade federal constituency continued, “We congratulate you on the high sacrifice and concentrating on spiritual values, which society needs to cope with the terrible challenges confronting us in the country today.

“As we celebrate this Ramadan festival, let us keep in mind the peace that Islam promotes, and become true ambassadors of the faith and example of its creed.

“Nigerians deserves as much of these as it can get, not only from our Muslim brothers but also from those of other faith. Our state is peaceful and should remain peaceful.

“It is also our expectation that as a result of Ramadan Kareem harmonious co-existence among Nigerians will be enhanced for the continued progress of the state.

“May the goodwill and blessings of Ramadan be bestowed on our people and country” Akosile declared.

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