By; AMOS TAUNA, Kaduna
A former gubernatorial aspirant in Kaduna State, Professor Muhammad Sani Bello has enjoined Muslims and Nigerians to see the Eid-el-Kabir as the best way they could make sacrifice for the corporate existence of the country.
He noted that both Christians and Muslims should at this trying moment in the history of the country, put in practice the teachings of the Holy books so that they would be their brother’s keepers for the overall development of the country.
In a message to Muslims and Nigerians at the celebration of Eid-el-Kabir, Professor Muhammad Sani Bello believed that the only way the country could survive this trying moment is for them to truly put in practice the teachings of the holy books so as to be able to carry each others together in love, peace, unity and progress of the country.
The former gubernatorial aspirant said, “The only way we can overcome the challenges of this country is to first see ourselves as a family irrespective of any different and above all, work in unity to be able to put the enemy that do not want to Nigerians working together and achieving the purpose of our togetherness in shame.”
He noted that the Eid-el-Kabir session should be able to help Nigerians understand the sacrifice made for humanity, stressing that learning how to make the utmost sacrifice for each other and the country at large will enable Nigeria realise it’s full potentials as the giant of Africa in all spheres of life.
He condoled with the families that lost the their loved ones, property or kidnapped following the insecurity that is rocking every part of the country.
He prayed that the Almighty would grant the leadership of the country and other stakeholders the understanding and wisdom to be able to pilot the affairs of the country so that together the full potentials of the country would be realised.