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Sallah: Don’t Go Back To Bad Behaviors, Adeleke charges Muslims



Sallah: Don't Go Back To Bad Behaviors, Adeleke charges Muslims

-Reiterates Commitment To People’s Well-being

Osun state Governor, Ademola Adeleke, on Wednesday charged Muslim Ummah across the country to eschew acts and behaviors that abrade the rewards of their fasting in the holy month of Ramadan.

Adeleke gave the charge while fielding questions from journalists immediately after observing two rakats (solat) at Ede Central Eid.

The Governor who congratulated the Muslim faithful on the successful completion of the fasting period said they should abide by the teachings of Ramadan.

He urged Muslims to continue to show love and empathy to the less privileged as they did during Ramadan.

He said: “After 30 days of fasting, we came here to give thanks to Almighty Allah and you can see how my people welcome me. I’m so happy at home.

“All Muslims should follow the teachings of Ramadan, prophet Muhammed (SAW) and obey Allah’s command.

“Our people should not go back to their bad behavior after Ramadan. We should continue to show mercy towards one another in this time of economic hardship. That is what Ramadan teaches us and we should abide by it.

Reiterating his commitment to the well-being of the people of the state, Adeleke said: “Our administration is keen to prioritising the welfare of Osun people and we would not relent in making life better for everyone in this state”.

Speaking, Timi of Ede land, Oba Munirudeen Lawal congratulated Muslims on the successful completion of fasting period.

Oba Lawal urged citizens to continue to pray and support the governor in his bid to take the state to the greater heights.