With less than 37 days left in office, the President recounted his leadership roles in the country for over 40 years, serving variously as a Military officer, military Governor, Minister, and Head of State, and returning as a democratically elected President in 2015.
Tinubu said this in his eld el fitr message marking the end of the Holy Month of Ramadan on Thursday in Abuja.
The President stated this in his goodwill Sallah Message to Muslims on the occasion of the Eid-el-fitr celebration.
The President enquired about each individual’s wellbeing, their health and wellbeing of their family members.
The Governor’s admonition was contained in a statement issued by his Chief Press Secretary, Yinka Oyebode, on Friday.
President of the Senate Ahmad Lawan made the announcement during Wednesday’s plenary.
Some of the residents, who spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Wednesday in Bauchi, said the trend had negatively affected their state of minds.
The President offered the explanation when he received some FCT residents at the State House on Sallah homage Monday.
The Command’s Spokesperson, ASP Sunday Abutu, gave the assurance in a statement on behalf of the State Police Commissioner (CP), Moronkeji Adesina, Sunday in Ado-Ekiti, the State capital.
The Command’s spokesman, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria on Thursday in Lagos.
The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Alhaji Muhammed Mahmood, made the announcement when he briefed State House Correspondents after a closed-door meeting with Buhari at the Presidential Villa, Abuja Tuesday.
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.