Ramadan: Pray for peace in Nigeria – Aisha Buhari tells Muslims
Aisha Buhari, Nigeria's first lady, has urged Muslims to utilize Ramadan to increase their prayers for long-term peace and stability in the country.
According to NAN, Buhari made the statement on Tuesday night at the State House in Abuja, where she received spouses of service chiefs and other key government officials for a Ramadan meal.
She claimed that the Almighty God has given Nigerians another chance to re-dedicate themselves to peace and progress through fasting and prayer.
The first lady also urged Nigerians to share, love, support, forgive, and sacrifice for the sake of humanity and Nigeria.
While expressing her gratitude to Almighty Allah for the opportunity to witness the 2022 Ramadan, Buhari expressed optimism that the period would provide the country with an abundance of peace and tranquility.
The dignitaries who attended the event included wives of ministers and other Nigerian women, who unanimously expressed their appreciation to the first lady for her commitment to the peaceful coexistence of Nigeria.
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