Adebayo Babajide Felicitates With Muslims ‘s Advocates For Religious Tolerances In Nigeria
As the Muslims Ummah all over the world commences this year 2021 Ramadan fasting, Hon. Adebayo Babajide Gabreal, honourable representing Ibadan North state constituency – 11 in the oyo state house of assembly has encouraged the Muslim faithful to pray for the state and country at large, to overcome the current security and other challenges confronting the nation.
The honourable in his Ramadan message stressed that as we observe the mandatory fasting period, Muslims should engage more in prayers, alms giving and constant reading, and understanding of the Holy Quran.
“All these virtuous acts and charity will definitely move us closer to the Almighty God, the most beneficent and the most merciful. Glory be to God, this year’s Ramadan fasting is to be observed in more fraternal way rather than that of last year”. So let us imbibed in the teachings of Ramadan to reap the benefits of the holy month.
“Let us use this period for sober reflection as individuals and as a people”
Let’s use the opportunity of the fasting period to call for God’s divine intervention to combat the security challenges and other menaces confronting the nation.
Honourable Babajide appealed to well meaning Nigerians to remember the needy by extending gifts to facilitate their observance of Ramadan fasting. “The holy month of Ramadan has abundant blessings if the tenets of the month are strictly adhere to and as such, we must be selfless, patriotic, peaceful, tolerance, and kind-hearted to reap the benefits of the month of Ramadan”.
Honourable Adebayo Babajide the Ibadan North constituency -11 honourable whose BIRTHDAY coincidented to the first day of this year Ramadan, prayed to the Almighty Allah to spare his life and use him for the good of ibadan North people and oyo state at large and also to accept the fasting of the faithful muslim ummah as an act of Ibadah and rescue the nation from the clog of insecurity and cleanse the world of continual spread of Coronavirus pandemic.