Eid El-Fitr: Binani Felicitates With Ummah, Sues For Peace, Patience, Perseverance Purity Of Purpose, Heart

…Says Adamawa, the country first, not self against the state and citizenry as power belongs to God not propaganda and political thuggery…

…Our unity in ethnoreligious diversity must not be compromised, citizens should resist any attempt at divide and bamboozled…

Senator Aishatu Dahiru Ahmed, a.k.a Binani, has felicitated with Ummah as an entity, where she sued for peace, patience, perseverance, purity of purpose, supplicating mind and forgiving heart.

Binani, the courageous and compassionate political heroine who is addressed by President Muhammadu Buhari as the Governor-In-Waiting Friday, related this in her Eid El-Fitr goodwill Message.

She said, “On this special day, I felicitate with Muslim Ummah across the globe for witnessing yet another Eid El-Fitr to end this year’s blessed month of Ramadan.

“As we celebrate in supplication and reflection the Eid, we should remember the lessons of love, sharing and peaceful coexistence while relating with one another. Let the spirit of Ramadan last beyond the blessed month”.

The amazing amazon reminded the citizenry that the unity in ethnoreligious diversity must not be compromised, citizens should resist any attempt to divide and bamboozle. They should be strong in faith not to submit to the devilish device, purely to pursue political whims.

Power and authority belong to God, He gives to whomever He wishes, the same way He takes it from whomever He wishes, Binani Reminded the citizenry that hate speech, libellous propaganda, political thuggery and other forms of mischief would not make a leader if God did not decide so.

She said, “we must consider Adamawa and the country first, not self against the state and citizenry, as power belongs to God not propaganda and political thuggery. We should dedicate this devotional period in prayers for the greatest good to our state and the country in general.

“May Allah SWA accept our fervent prayers and spare our lives to witness many more Ramadans in sound health. Barka Da Sallah,” Binani prayed.

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