Mudashiru Oyedeji, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Regional Integration and Special Duties, revealed this.
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Alhaji Abubakar gave the directive at a Ramadan Symposium organised by the Sultanate Council in Sokoto on Tuesday.
Similarly, the apex Islamic body in the country called on the Federal Government FG to ensure free, fair, peaceful and credible general elections, by providing the enabling environment, through adequate voter mobilisation and appropriate security measures.
The President of MUSWEN, Alhaji Rasaki Oladejo, made the position of the group known to newsmen on Sunday.
In a statement on Saturday, Globacom also urged them to put the teachings of Prophet Mohammed on peace into practice.
The Director-General, NOA, Dr. Garba Abari, said this in an Eid-el-Kabir message to the Muslim Ummah in Nigeria on Friday.
The Governor said this in a statement issued by his Chief Press Secretary, Yinka Oyebode, on Monday in Ado-Ekiti.
In a statement he personally signed on Friday night to mark the beginning of Ramadan, Lawan called for spiritual reflection.
Lawan said it is appropriate to use the occasion to thank the Almighty Allah for the privilege He mercifully granted us to witness the New Year.
The festival is in commemoration of the obedience of Prophet Ibrahim to the injunction of Almighty Allah to sacrifice his son for worship.
Abubakar, who is also the President General, Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, made the call on Friday in a statement.
Abiru enjoined all believers who obeyed Allah’s commandment to fast in the Holy month of Ramadan not to relent in demonstrating Godly virtues and eschew vices they avoided during the fasting in obedience to divine command.
In his goodwill message endorsed by his Special Adviser (Media), Ola Awoniyi, Senator Lawan called on every Nigerian to pray for the nation, as according to him, the country needs prayers now more than ever before owing to the unrelenting security and other challenges facing it.
While felicitating with the Muslim ummah, the first-class monarch urged the political class to improve the common lots of the people.
Lawan urged them to remember the Holy Month as a period of fasting, sober reflection, self-discipline and sacrifice.
Abubakar made the call on Friday in a statement by Prof. Sambo Junaidu, Chairman, Advisory Committee on Religious Affairs, Sultanate Council, Sokoto.
The ultimatum was said to have been handed over to Kukah by a group based in Sokoto, Sokoto State.
Abubakar made the call in a statement on Friday.
Kalu said this on Thursday while felicitating with the Muslim Ummah on the occasion of the 2020 Eid-el-Kabir.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Dhul-Qadah is the 11th month in the Islamic Calendar, which comes before the 12th month of Dhul-Hijja, when Muslim Ummah perform annual Hajj.