Asiuwhu Extends Warm Wishes to Nigerian Muslims on Completion of Ramadan

Chairman of the Delta State Taskforce on Environment, Olorogun Godspower Asiuwhu has extended his heartfelt congratulations to the Muslim community across Nigeria as they conclude this year’s month-long spiritual journey of Ramadan, emphasizing the significance of fostering unity, tolerance, and peaceful coexistence.

In a press statement issued in Asaba, Asiuwhu commended the dedication and discipline demonstrated by Nigerian Muslims throughout the holy month of Ramadan.
According to the Chairman of the Delta State Taskforce on Environment, sacrifices made during this period of fasting, prayer, and reflection, highlighting its profound spiritual significance for individuals and communities.
Expressing optimism for the future, He emphasized the transformative power of Ramadan in strengthening the bonds of love and promoting renewed hope for a united Nigeria.
Recognizing the diversity within the Muslim community, Asiuwhu underscored the importance of embracing tolerance, equity, and inclusivity as fundamental principles for building a harmonious society.
He called upon all Nigerians, regardless of faith or background, to join hands in fostering mutual respect, understanding, and cooperation for the betterment of the nation.
Asiuwhu’s message resonates with the spirit of Eid al-Fitr, marking the culmination of Ramadan and the celebration of shared values of compassion, empathy, and solidarity.
As Nigerians come together to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, urged citizens to rededicate themselves to the pursuit of peace and harmony, envisioning a future where all Nigerians can thrive in a spirit of unity and goodwill.

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