Friday, June 26, 2015

President Buhari Moves Jumat Into Aso Rock

Despite all former Muslim Presidents and Vice Presidents have been taking part in Jumat services at the National Mosque, Abuja, President Buhari has changed things in his own time. The president today instead of being at the National Mosque held a Jumat service alongside other Muslim officials inside the presidential villa. According to one of the National dailies, it will be the first time a Jumat service will be held in the premises. One more photo below.




31 comments:

  1. When will he start working?

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  2. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said..
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  3. Wisdom is profitable to direct. At least this has reduced traffic a bit in that area for today

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  4. I see nothing wrong with that. Afterall some christian governors and president invite men of God to come n pray for them inside the government house/aso villa.

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  5. It kind of make sense, after all christian presidents have been having services in aso rock.

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  6. Thanks Ladun liadi for the giveaway. LLB forever

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  7. Must we know his whereabouts

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  8. Hmmmmmm that is the change for you waiting for sharia law or islamizing nigeria.just look at his apointee all na abokis na only God we save nigeria now.

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    1. You're a GREAT FOOl. Grow up

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  9. That is how it is supposed to be

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  10. He believes there is nothing that God cannot do. I love him for the way he worships God

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  11. Everything has changed lol

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  12. There is no big deal in having jumat in Aso rock

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  13. His own is too much

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  14. Is it not better than leaving the villa?

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  15. May God bless and protect him more

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  16. INSha allahu. I will have my next jumat in Aso rock

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  17. So religious

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