The Sector Commander, Mr Ahmed Umar, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Ota that personnel of the Corps rescued 195 accident victims unhurt within the period.
Alh. Abubakar Sambo, the state President of ANCOPSS, made the commendation on Monday, during an interactive session with newsmen in Birnin Kebbi.
Akeredolu, in a statement issued Saturday by his Chief Press Secretary, Richard Olatunde, in Akure, the State’s capital congratulated Muslim faithful on this year’s Eid-el-Kabir celebration.
The State’s Commandant, Muhammad Sanyinna made the disclosure in a statement issued in Umuahia by the command’s Spokesman, SC Ndukwe Agu, and made it available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Sunday.
Edema in a statement made available to newsmen Saturday in Akure, the State capital urged muslims to pray for peace and an end to the nation’s security challenges.
The governor, who made the statement shortly after observing the Eid prayers at the Modoji Mosque in Katsina, thanked Allah for making Nigerians celebrate another festival.
In a message on Saturday, Obi said that Eid-el-Kabir celebrations remind Muslims, and indeed all Nigerians, of the need to sincerely love one another and pursue lasting peace and unity. He encouraged them to continue to preach peace and unity in the country, as a critical requirement for national growth and development.
President Buhari said this on Saturday in Daura, Katsina State after the Eid-el-Kabir prayers at his country home.
This was contained in an Eid-El Kabir Sallah message by the State CAN Chairman, Most Rev. Bulus Dauwa Yohanna.
In a statement on Saturday, Globacom also urged them to put the teachings of Prophet Mohammed on peace into practice.
The company said this in a message to its customers by the General Manager, Corporate Communications, Godwin Idemudia.
The Director-General, NOA, Dr. Garba Abari, said this in an Eid-el-Kabir message to the Muslim Ummah in Nigeria on Friday.
President Buhari’s plane touched down at the Umaru Musa Yar’Adua Airport in Katsina from Abuja at 5:15pm on Friday.
In his Eid-el Kabir message to Nigerian Muslims and other citizens, President Buhari in a press statement signed by his senior Special Assistant, on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu said that “if we are putting the teachings of our religions into practice, most of the evils afflicting our society would have been solved.”
Obasa said this Friday in a congratulatory message to Muslims as they mark this year’s Eid-el Kabir.
Saraki urged Muslims them not to get tired of praying for peace, security, and prosperity around the globe.
Atiku, in a statement he personally signed indicated that the purpose of the celebration has a bold reflection on Nigeria, noting that the country “is broken and insecurity has become a daily menace staring all our compatriots in the face”.
Governor Sanwo-Olu also advised Nigerians, especially Muslims to imbibe the lessons of the sacrifice made by Prophet Ibrahim and work for the unity, peace and progress of the nation.
The Lawmaker who is representing Lagos Central Senatorial District made the call in a statement titled: “Unity a Bond of Perfection” and personally signed by her Friday, restated that the season is a celebration of the many ways “faith can transcend boundaries and unite us under banners of fellowship and love, which is reflected in the exchange of gifts, alms-giving especially to the less privileged and those in need”.
Tinubu in a Sallah message personally signed by him noted that the country presently faces stiff challenges as a nation, saying that the most troubling was the spate of violent attacks on innocent Nigerians.