Alhaji Muhammad Zurkallaini Jabdo ( Muqaddam of Misau) has called on Muslim faithful to see this year’s Eid-el-Fitr as another divine opportunity to rededicate their commitment toward imbibing the virtues of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) centred on love, peace, justice and equity.
Jabdo made the call in a statement to felicitate with the Muslim Ummah on the successful completion of the Ramadan Fast.
He pointed out that the 30 day Ramadan Fast had been a period of sober reflections and soul searching to make amends with Allah and mankind hence the need for Muslims to internalise the lessons learnt during the Holy Month.
Muhammad Jabdo stressed the need for Nigerians to pray fervently for God’s intervention in the current challenges facing the country especially the Coronavirus Pandemic and banditry and kidnappings.
He urged the Muslim faithful to imbibe the spirit of sacrifice, charity and love throughout the festive period and beyond.
Zurkallaini enjoins the faithful to continue to emulate the good virtues of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) for a decent life.
Jabdo, also charged the Muslims to use the festive period to pray for the continued development of Bauchi State and the country in general.
Muqaddam of Misau, called on the people of his local government and the state in general not to relent in supporting Governor Bala Muhammed’s administration for more viable and developmental projects.
While praying for a peaceful Sallah Celebration, Muhammad Zurkallaini Jabdo urged the entire Muslim community to abide by all Covid -19 protocols to curb the spread of the pandemic, and to comply with the security forces for peaceful Sallah celebration across the state.