Sunday, June 4, 2017

Ekiti Muslims Pray For Buhari

As President Muhammadu Buhari continues to receive medical treatment in the United Kingdom, Muslims in Ekiti State on Friday held special prayers for the ailing President.

They also held eighth-day Fidau prayers for the first military administrator of the state, Col. Inua Bawa, who died on May 26 in Jos after a brief illness.

Speaking at the special prayer held at the central mosque in Ado Ekiti over the weekend, the President General, League of Imams and Alfas in the South-West, Edo and Delta, Muhammad Jamiu Kewulere, said Buhari remained the symbol of the nation who needed the prayers of all Nigerians to overcome his health challenges.

“We need to pray to Allah to restore the health of our President. He needs a lot of energy to lead Nigeria and this can only be provided by God. I believe that there is nothing God can’t do. He should make our President strong to be able to lead this nation to the Promised Land,” Kewulere said.

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