Eid-el-Kabir: Be your brother’s keeper, Atiku urges Nigerians …says hardship will soon be over


Former Vice President and chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Atiku Abubakar urges the Muslim faithful and indeed all Nigerians, to learn to be one another’s keeper as he heassured that the present recession will fade away.
In a statement released by his Media Office in Abuja, the former Vice President congratulates Muslims on the celebration of the festival of Eid-el-Kabir urging them to use the opportunity to reflect on the situation in the country and lend one another a shoulder of support.
The Turaki Adamawa says that Nigerians should go and celebrate like other people in the world in spite of the economic situation that has hit the country hard, assuring that them that this storm will pass away. He added that rather than despair, the occasion calls for sober reflection, prayers, cooperation and the display of solidarity among Nigerians so that no one feels left out.
He calls on Nigerians to continue to work hard, persevere and pray for the success of the policies and measures being put in place by the APC government of President Muhammadu Buhari to restore the nation’s economy to good health and improve the lives of the people. He says further that the situation of things will take some time to improve because a lot was left undone for too long by previous leaders of the country assuring however, that there is always a silver lining at the end of a dark cloud.
He expresses the view that considering how challenging basic survival has become, this is the time for all Nigerians without exception to invoke the spirit of brotherhood and communal fraternity to beat the reality of the hard times. He notes that with mutual help, everyone will come out stronger to see better days.


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