By Abba Dukawa
Kano State deputy governor, Alhaji Nasiru Yusuf Gawuna has enjoined people of the state to be compassionate in all their dealings with one another as they celebrate the Eid-elfitr.
“I felicitate with our amiable governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje and all Muslim faithful on the completion of the Ramadan fast, one of the five pillars of Islam,” Gawuna stated.
He also implored all Muslims to remain steadfast in applying the virtues of Ramadan.
He said: “It is my hope and prayer the holy month’s lessons and Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) teachings of piety, fairness, honesty, peaceful co-existence, tolerance and dedication to duty will remain with us all.”
He also urged them to continue to offer prayers for lasting peace in the state and the nation in general as well as comply with precautionary measures that would help flatten the curve of the deadly coronavirus.
While wishing all the Muslims across the state a happy Eid-el-Fitr celebration, the deputy governor also commended the indigenes for their unflinching support and cooperation to the administration of Governor Ganduje as it continues to render selfless leadership through laudable policies and programmes aimed towards building a prosperous and peaceful Kano Stat