Ramadan: IBB seeks Prayers to surmount National challenges
NEWS DIGEST – former military Head of State, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, has sent his greetings and best wishes to Muslims in Nigeria and across the world as they commence the 30-day Ramadan fast.
In his message to Nigerians on the beginning of the Ramadan, IBB enjoined fasting Muslims to increase their love for humanity, acts of charity, kindness, generosity as well as continue to pray for betterment of the nation.
Read Statement Below:
I join all to congratulate Muslims in Nigeria and across the world for seeing yet another Ramadan month, it brings to note the transient nature of the world with the realization that some people we observed the month with last year and many years back are no longer there this year, so we have this and many more reasons to thank Allah swt for his mercy to be alive to witness this holy month.
We are no doubt face with various challenges at personal and National levels but we are always strong and believing in divine intervention to always take us through the right path with prayers to find solutions to our challenges.
I therefore enjoined Muslims to conduct themselves very well during the holy month in order to maximize the spiritual and physical benefits inherent in the fasting period for us to surmount our challenges at all levels and premises of life..
I’m of the strong conviction that with perseverance, good intention, prayers , fairness and firmness of purpose in the pursuit of good deeds perseverance Allah swt will make us benefit from the rewards and blessings inherent in the Holy month
I enjoin Muslim Ummah and scholars to pray and preach in order that all Muslims will in this month accord Ramadan as an important pillar of Islam with the needed devotion for the good of the religion, humanity and the society at large.
General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida GCFR
Former Military President
No. 1 uphill, Minna Niger State.