…By Larry John for TDPel Media.
The Federal Government has officially declared Wednesday, June 28th, and Thursday, June 29th, as public holidays to commemorate the upcoming Muslim festival of Eid-el-Kabir.
The announcement was made in a statement issued by Oluwatoyin Akinlade, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Interior.
Felicitations and Calls for Sacrifices
In the statement, Akinlade conveyed the government’s warm felicitations to the Muslim Ummah at home and abroad.
Muslims and all Nigerians were encouraged to make sacrifices for the growth and development of their communities and the nation as a whole.
This call reflects the spirit of Eid-el-Kabir, which emphasizes the virtues of sacrifice and devotion.
Hope for Peace, Unity, and Progress
Akinlade expressed optimism that the prayers and sacrifices made during this significant celebration would contribute to restoring the desired peace and unity in the country.
The message of Eid-el-Kabir holds the potential to bring about positive changes and progress in Nigeria.
The Federal Government’s declaration of public holidays for the Eid-el-Kabir celebration brings joy and anticipation to Muslims and Nigerians nationwide.
The statement from the Ministry of Interior urges citizens to embrace the values of sacrifice and make contributions towards the growth and development of their communities and the nation.
It is hoped that the prayers and sacrifices offered during this festive occasion will pave the way for peace, unity, and progress in Nigeria.
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