– Lagos State House of Assembly spokesman Mudashiru Obasa says Nigeria’s current challenges should further unite citizens.
– Legislators also advised President Buhari to respond to requests from southern governors.
– Obasa, who also believed in a better Nigeria, asked for prayers for the country
Spokesman for the Lagos State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. (Dr.) Mudashiru Obasa appealed to Nigerians to see the current challenges facing the country as an opportunity to further unite them and said it was a safe path national progress.
Speaker Obasa made the appeal in a statement sent to Legit.ng on Wednesday May 12th in commemoration of this year’s Eid-el-Fitr, which has been celebrated by Muslims around the world.
Obasa expressed this Believing that the security and economic challenges Nigeria is currently facing is a phase from which the country would emerge stronger.
He also advised President Muhammadu Buhari to act urgently on the recent sou The Governors Forum made inquiries in order to curb the growing insecurity in the country.
According to the former chairman of the Conference of State Legislators in Nigeria, “President Buhari shouldn’t just talk about the demands of the Governors think, but they also implement for the government to move the country forward “.
The spokesman appealed to the citizens of the country not to lose faith and hope, and said :
“This year’s Ramadan was perfect. Many of us have the opportunity to pray for the country. It is obvious that the country is facing some challenges.
“However, the challenges should not be left to the government alone. Every citizen of Nigeria is important and must play this positive role that would ultimately dissuade the country.” where it is now where we want it to be.
“We are a religious group of people, and the religions practiced in the country teach us to live in love and peace with one another and to be our brothers and sisters of the neighbors.
” More than ever, we have a responsibility to make the land habitable, without criminal elements, and we must be determined to do so. “
The speaker congratulated the Muslims in Nigeria on witnessing the End of Ramadan.
“Beyond the celebration let’s all endlessly practice the virtues of love, keep the commandments To Allah and ensure a peaceful, progressive and prosperous Nigeria and keep praying to God for more grace. “
The Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) had previously warned of the end of Lent, and Muslims across the country were asked to follow suit on Tuesday, May 11th The inability of the Lunar Sighting Committee of Saudi Arabia to see the crescent moon, however, changed the arrangements before the Eid Fitri festival.
Reports from the Tumair Observatory of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia say that the Shawwal crescent moon had not been sighted. Eid Al Fitr begins Thursday May 14th.
The attempt to search for the crescent officially began on Tuesday, May 11th in various observatories in Sumair and Tumair.
The crescent is becoming first seen in Saudi Arabia, and only then does the rest of the world celebrate the festival.