Eid-el Kabir: ZDA President, Engr Galla congratulates Muslims, urges unity among Nigerians

Samuel Luka, Bauchi

The Zaar/Sayawa Socio-Cultural group, Zaar Development Association (ZDA) has felicitated with the Muslims Community, especially of Zaar extraction on the occasion of the 2023 Eid-el Kabir celebration.

The President of the Association Worldwide, Engineer Isuwa Galla who made this known in a goodwill message on Wednesday, prayed that the festive season bring joy, peace, and prosperity to the Muslim faithfuls as they celebrate it globally on Wednesday.

Engr. Galla who conveyed the warmth wishes of the association to the Muslim ummah, particularly in Bauchi state, called on the Muslims to reflect on their past relationship with Allah with a view to making amends where necessary.

While stating that the Eid-El-Kabir, also known as the Festival of Sacrifice, holds great significance in the Islamic faith, Engineer Galla noted that it also serve as a reminder to Muslims on how Prophet Ibrahim demonstrated his unwavering faith and devotion to Allah.

He pointed out that, due to his faith and obedience to Allah, the prophet demonstrated his willingness to sacrifice his own son, Ismail as a test of his commitment to the Allah’s instructions.

The ZDA President who enjoined the Muslims to reflect upon the values of sacrifice, humility, and obedience to Allah, appealed for unity among diverse ethnic and religious groups in the country to foster economic growth and development.

According to him, the Zaar Muslim community, scattered across various niche are committed to the development and welfare of their kinsmen irrespective of their diversity in religious beliefs.

Engineer Isuwa Galla who observed with immense pride and joy, the progress and achievements of Zaar people globally, said that the collective efforts of his people have not only strengthened the bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood among themselves but has also contributed to the development and prosperity of the community.

He called on the Muslim faithfuls to use the occasion to promote unity, understanding, and harmony among people of different backgrounds and beliefs.

“Our community is diverse, and it is this diversity that makes us strong. It is imperative that we embrace our differences and strive for peaceful coexistence with our fellow human beings”, the ZDA President appealed.

“Let us be ambassadors of peace and advocates for understanding. It is through mutual respect and dialogue that we can build a better world for ourselves and future generations”, he said.

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