Sallah : Ex Ekiti  Governorship Aspirant, Adebomi Greets Muslims 

Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress(APC),Captain Sunday Adebomi(retd ) has felicitated with Muslims in Ekiti State ,in particular and Nigeria at large on the occasion of the Eidel Kabir festival .

Adebomi,a former Governorship aspirant, in his Sallah Message urged Muslims to appreciate the sspecial grace of God Almighty who spared their lives to witness the 2023 edition of annual religious festival.
He  enjoined Muslims and by extension Nigerians to used the golden opportunity provided by the festival to seek God’s face for  the various challenges  confronting Nigeria, as a nation and her leaders,particularly President Bola Ahmed Tinubu .
The APC stalwart who is immediate past Chairman of the Ekiti State Emergency Management Agency said that Ekiti and indeed Nigeria are lucky to have two finest politicians; Governor Biodun Abayomi Oyebanji and President Bola Ahmed Tinubu ascthe  helmp of Affairs at the ctricticsl moments of tbe state and nation’s history.
He therefore charged all Muslims to peacefully co-exist with other religion faithful because love and tranquility are twin ingredients  that work for each other to provide dividends of democracy for the masses .
“Our  governor  in Ekiti ,  President and his team still needs our collective prayers and support to surmount all the challenges, Popoola remarked.
“What we should do as citizens is to keep praying for him to be able to address those lingering problems facing the country.

“As we are celebrating this year being the first ever Eid-el-kabir in Asiwaju’s presidency, I would like to advise Nigerians’ Muslims to use this period to pray for the success of this administration.

” Mr President has demonstrated strong capacity to lead the nation out of her present economic and security challenges.adding that all that is required is unity and constant support of Nigerians.

“So this is the reason why Nigerians must rise up in unity to continuously pray for the President inorder to rescue the masses from being suffocated. ” Adebomi said .

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