Gov. Otu implores Muslims to pray for Cross River, Nigeria

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Cross River State Governor Bassey Otu has urged the Muslim Ummah to keep up their prayers for a just society in Cross River State and throughout Nigeria.

This was said in his message to the Muslim faithful as they celebrated the Eid-el-Kabir festival, which was signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Emmanuel Ogbeche.

Otu filed a lawsuit to demand tolerance, self-sacrifice, and adherence to the morals of Allah, as demonstrated by Prophet Ibrahim.

He said that his government is progressively settling down and striving toward a better society for all of its residents, regardless of differences in tribe, religion, or ethnicity.

Despite the evident difficulties, the governor urged all state residents to embrace peace and mutual cohabitation and to uphold the law.

“I appeal to all Muslim believers to exhibit deeds of tolerance, submission, and sacrifice in the manner of Prophet Ibrahim, who was willing to sacrifice his only son in accordance with Allah’s will.

“The Muslim community in Cross River State has been a significant partner in the ‘Peoples First’ Agenda to create a social economy and political structure.

“I wish the Muslim community a successful Eid ul-Kabir celebration on behalf of the Government and People of Cross River State.”

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