Adamawa governor, Fintiri speaks to Muslims on Eid El-Fitr


By Phineas Padio, Yola

Adamawa State Governor, Hon Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has extended his warmest greetings to the Muslim Ummah across the world and in the State on the occasion of Eid El- Fitr celebrations.

In a press release, his Press Secretary, Humwashi Wonosikou said the governor also congratulates the Ummah for a successful end of fasting in the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.

He said, “May the Almighty Allah make Eid El-fitr a great occasion for interaction, harmony, tolerance and happiness for all”.

The Governor, who described peace as an essential ingredient for the development of any country, urged citizens and residents of the State to keep praying and working for the peace and unity of the country and Adamawa State.

He was glad that the people would be celebrating without the restrictions of COVID-19 this year. The governor, admonished Nigerians to focus on the things that bind them together and eschew those issues capable of dividing the country, especially going into an electioneering year.

He challenged Nigerians to see the country’s diversity beyond physical divisions, including ethnic and religious differences in the society and to abide strictly by the teachings of the Holy Quaran as propagated by the Holy Prophet Mohammed.

“The sacrifices you have all made during the holy month of Ramadan should draw everyone closer to the Almighty Allah. I enjoin all our Muslim brothers and sisters to draw enduring lessons from the holy Month of Ramadan, which include personal sacrifices and self denial. I call on you to emulate the good virtues and teachings of Prophet Mohammed”, Fintiri said

The governor noted that Adamawa is known for peace and therefore enjoined citizens and residents of the State to ensure that the hard earned peace is sustained.