Makinde, who stated this while paying the traditional sallah visits to Islamic and political leaders in Ibadan, the state capital, urged those trying to use religion to divide the people to desist.
The Deputy Governor said this when he spoke with newsmen after the Sallah prayer by Muslim faithfuls.
Saraki in his Sallah message released in Ilorin and signed by his media aide, Yusuph Olaniyonu, also noted that, like last year, this year’s Eid-el-Kabir festival is holding with the Covid-19 pandemic still prevalent while the challenge has prevented many Muslims from embarking on the holy pilgrimage.
The House also said it was standing by the decisions reached by the Southern Governors at their recent meeting in Asaba, Delta State.
The decision was announced by the Presidential Steering Committee on COVID-19 at a news briefing in Abuja on Monday
Assessing the state of security in the country, the President described it, particularly in the North West and North Central parts of the country, as “very disturbing.”
Oladunjoye made the call in a message on Friday.
In his Sallah message to Muslims on the occasion of Eid-el-Kabir celebration, Ajayi said the sacrifices of Muslims to nationhood should not be forgotten in a hurry.
The governor also advised Nigerians, especially Muslims, to imbibe the lessons of sacrifice made by Prophet Ibrahim and work for the unity and progress of the nation.
In his Sallah message to Muslim on the occasion of the Eid-el-Kabir celebration, Buhari said the outbreak of coronavirus has made it difficult for people to gather in places of worship as they are used to, urging worshipers to follow the guidelines for the safety of their lives and loved ones.
A statement by the Force Public Relations Officer, Deputy Commissioner of Police Frank Mba, revealed this on Thursday.
This was contained in a public notice signed by the Executive Chairman, FIRS, Muhammad Nami.
Obi said in a message on Wednesday to mark the Eid-el-Kabir festivities by Muslims that poor leadership was threatening our nationhood and there was need to seek God’s intervention.
In a statement by the Commissioner for the Environment and Water Resources, Tunji Bello, he reiterated the need for Lagosians to demonstrate utmost love to their environment even as they celebrate.
The Corps Public Education Officer, ACM Bisi Kazeem, disclosed this in a statement on Sunday in Abuja.
Abubakar, also the President General Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, made the call in a statement signed by Prof. Sambo Junaidu, Chairman Advisory Committee on Religious Affairs, Sultanate Council, issued to newsmen on Thursday in Sokoto
The NCDC and JNI, headed by the Sultan of Sokoto, who is also the President of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar, had opposed the holding of Sallah prayers in the bid to curb further spread of the Coronavirus Disease
In a statement through their Chairman, who is also the Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Mudashiru Obasa, the Speakers described the development as the best Sallah gift from the President.
The Governor announced this in a statewide broadcast in commemoration of the Sallah festival to mark the end of the 30 days Ramadan fast.
Abubakar said this in a statement by Prof. Sambo Junaidu, Chairman, Advisory Committee on Religious Affairs of Sultanate Council, in Sokoto on Friday