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CAN sends Message to Muslims,Politicians and FG over Sallah Festival

Posted: 02 September, 2017 at 02:57 pm
CAN sends Message to Muslims,Politicians and FG over Sallah Festival
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Following Sallah Festival which was celebrated on Friday Sept 1, the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN call on Nigerians to avoid second civil war in the country,noting that any country has not survived two civil war.

This was disclosed in a statement signed by Mr. Ayokunle's the CAN president media assistant, identify it as a Sallah message to all Nigerians,called on Muslims to learn from the loyalty shown by Prophet Mohammed.

In the statement, Samson Ayokunle said,every citizen of Nigeria has a responsibility to take,saying

“It is high time that the government at all levels wake up to their responsibilities with a view to reducing the economic hardship and the tension in the land because no country has ever survived two civil wars.

“As faithful Muslims celebrate this year's Eid-el-Kabir to commemorate Prophet Ibrahim's obedience to Allah, it is imperative to remind them what the Holy Quran says that: “It is not their meat nor their blood that reaches Allah. It is your piety that reaches Him.

“I urge the Muslim leaders in the country to join hands with us in our vision to have a nation where social justice, equity, peace, unity and progress are her hallmarks.

“It is also imperative to remind them that their piety should go beyond the celebrations in order to compliment the efforts of the government in making the dream of our founding fathers a reality.”

The President advice all politicians and government to fulfilling their campaign promises and also building the nation.

He said:

“It is needless to remind the political class to fulfil all their promises made during the last electioneering as they are warming up for another general election. Their words should be their bound.

“We are tired of hearing billions and trillions of Naira they are sharing among the three tiers of government in Abuja with little or nothing to show on ground.

“The time has come when our leaders must be held accountable for our commonwealth under their watch.”

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