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Eid-el-Kabir: FCT Minister, Bello greets Abuja residents

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The Honourable Minister of Federal Capital Territory, Malam Muhammad Musa Bello has felicitated with the residents of the Federal Capital Territory, especially the Muslim Ummah on the celebration of this year’s Eid-el-Kabir.

The Minister said, Sallah celebration provides Nigerians with the unique opportunity to offer supplications to Almighty Allah for the continuous growth and development of the country,saying Nigerians should therefore pray for peace and the collective ability to surmount our current challenges.

In a statement which he personally signed and made available to journalists on Monday, the Minister enjoined Nigerians to use the occasion to meditate on, and give expression to the lifestyle of Prophet Ibrahim especially on the virtues of sacrifice and selflessness which Eid-el-Kabir symbolizes.

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He said: “As residents of our nation’s capital, we should consider it our obligation to live up to the dreams and ideals of our founding fathers who also made enormous sacrifices in the quest of making Abuja the Center of Nigeria’s unity and a melting pot of our various cultures, traditions and ideas.

“It is imperative therefore that we imbibe these ideals of sacrifice and nation building as exemplified by Prophet Ibrahim and our founding fathers to build an FCT and Nigeria of our collevtive desires.

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“This is quite possible especially with dedication, commitment and singularity of purpose from all of us.

“As we celebrate, let us also be reminded that there is the possibility of an occurrence of a third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“While the FCT Administration has put in place measures to curtail its spread, residents also have the responsibility to safeguard themselves by adhering to the prescribed non-pharmaceutical preventive measures of facial covering, hand washing and physical distancing.

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“Residents are once more encouraged to enjoy the celebrations from the safety of their homes as attendance of large gatherings increases the risk of contacting the virus.

“In the same vein I appeal to you all to be security concious in the course of the festivities and report any suspicious activities to the relevant security agencies

“Residents should however be rest assured that the FCT Administration is doing its best to ensure the security of lives and property both during and after the festivities.”

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