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Nigerians should key into prayers to overcome their challenges – Omo-Agege
Just as Nigerians masses expect action words from their leaders, the Deputy Senate President, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege has called on Muslims to use the period of Eid el-Kabir to pray for Nigeria to overcome its present challenges.
This was contained in a Salah in essage to Muslims faithfuls in the country, urged Nigerians to be tolerant and continue to work for peace, unity and progress of the country.
The Special Adviser, Media and Publicity, Yomi Odunuga, who signed the statement, expressed the readiness of the 9th National Assembly to work with the Muhammadu Buhari-led administration to ensure that Nigerians enjoy the dividends of democracy by actualising all the programmes in the All Progressives Congress’s Next Level Agenda.
The statement also advised Nigerians to eschew bitterness and ill-feelings towards one another as the country stands to gain a lot from a united front.
In his words: “As Nigerian Muslims join the rest of the world to celebrate the Eid el-Kabir festivities, I rejoice with them and wish them a hitch-free Sallah celebration.
“We must, regardless of religious, ethnic, regional, and political diversities, for that is the only way to build a greater Nigeria,” he said.