Kano state Deputy Speaker Alhaji Kabiru Alhassan Rurum has urged
Nigerians to face the challenges of nation building, calling on
Muslim faithful to sustain the virtues of Ramadan.
He reminded them of the cardinal message that although Eid-el-fitr
signified the end of Ramadan, “the doctrines of moderation, piety,
regular supplication to Allah (SWT), and being a brother’s keeper
subsist always beyond the Ramadan.”
The Kano Assembly Deputy Speaker Alhaji Kabiru Alhassan Rurum in a sallah message urged Muslim faithful in the country to sustain the values and virtues which the holy month of Ramadan taught them in their day-to-day relationship with God and fellow human beings.
Rurum said: “I urge all Nigerians, across religious divide, to remain
steadfast, prayerful and patriotic .
The deputy Speaker who is also the Turakin Rano said the virtues of moderation, piety,
regular supplication to Allah and being our brother’s keeper should
subsist beyond the Ramadan. “
He said the 29 days of fasting is a period for Muslim faithful to
reflect on their behaviors and to make amends.