Atiku Abubakar Welcomes Nigerians to Islamic New Year, Calls for Reflection and Prayer

…By Lola Smith for TDPel Media. Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar has extended his greetings to Nigerians, particularly the Muslim community, on the occasion of the Islamic New Year of Muharram 1445 AH.

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In a statement, Abubakar urged Muslims to use this sacred month as an opportunity to reflect on Allah’s blessings and provisions in their lives.

He emphasized the importance of following Allah’s commandments to maintain peace at all times and encouraged Muslims to approach the challenges of the coming year with sobriety and prayerfulness.

Reflecting on Allah’s Mercies and Pursuing Peace:

Atiku, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2023 election, expressed his gratitude to Allah (SWT) and called on all individuals to contemplate the mercies and provisions bestowed upon them by the divine.

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He stressed the significance of upholding peace, emphasizing that Allah’s injunctions guide Muslims in their pursuit of maintaining harmony in society.

Challenges Ahead and Prayer for Nigeria:

Acknowledging the inevitable trials that lie ahead, Atiku urged Muslims to approach the new year with a spirit of sobriety and prayerfulness.

He encouraged them to pray for Nigeria, the nation they hold dear, beseeching Allah to grant peace, unity, and serenity of mind.

Atiku emphasized the need for Nigerians to unite in prayer, seeking divine intervention for the betterment of the country.

Closing Remarks

In conclusion, Atiku, together with his family and team, called on individuals to embrace sobriety and engage in prayer as they navigate the challenges that lie ahead in the new year.

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He reminded everyone to remember Nigeria in their supplications, seeking divine guidance and the fulfillment of Allah’s will for the nation.

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