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SPECIAL PRAYERS SAID FOR PRESIDENT TINUBU, HIS CABINET, AND THE NATION, SEEKING ALLAH’S BLESSINGS

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SPECIAL PRAYERS SAID FOR PRESIDENT TINUBU, HIS CABINET, AND THE NATION, SEEKING ALLAH’S BLESSINGS                                                       29-12-23

By Sadiq Aminu                                                        Special prayers were today said for President Tinubu, members of his cabinet, and the nation, seeking Allah’s blessings for peace and tranquility.

The Special prayers were offered when the President joined in the observance of the congregational Jummah prayers at the Lagos Central Mosque, Lagos Island.

During the sermon, the Chief Imam of Lagos Central Mosque, Sheikh Suleiman Abu Na’Allah, urged the faithful to exhibit kindness to both Muslims and non-Muslims.

He emphasised the need for Muslims to emulate the Prophet’s virtue of impartial treatment of individuals, regardless of their status, religion, or tribe.

The Chief Imam also stressed the importance of maintaining law and order, advocating for passion and discipline in the country.

After the prayers, the Bashorun Musulumi of Lagos and Vice Executive Chairman of Lagos Central Mosque, Alhaji Sikiru Alabi Macfoy, appealed to the President to direct the authorities in Dodan Barracks to grant unrestricted access to the Obalende Eid Prayer Ground for the Jama’atul Muslimeen Council of the Lagos Central Mosque.

Alhaji Alabi-Macfoy recalled that former President Muhammadu Buhari had established a Special Committee to investigate and address conflicts between the Lagos Muslim Community and Federal Government Agencies, particularly those stationed at Dodan Barracks, concerning the management and control of the land.

The committee, led by Professor Ibrahim Gambari, concluded its assignment with a presidential directive recognising that the Obalende Eid Prayer Ground legally belongs to the Jama’atul Muslimeen Council of the Lagos Central Mosque.

Former President Buhari also directed an end to the desecration of the Obalende Eid Prayer Ground, stopping its profane use as a dumpsite, and ordering the removal of all containers and debris from the prayer ground.

Acknowledging President Tinubu’s role in resolving the matter during the immediate past administration, the Bashorun Musulumi of Lagos appealed for the President’s intervention to ensure that Jama’atul Muslimeen Council had full access to the prayer ground.

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