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Eid-Fitr:Akin Fagbemi Urges Muslims to Exhibit Morals,Self-discipline Observed During Ramadan

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Eid-Fitr:Akin Fagbemi Urges Muslims to Exhibit Morals,Self-discipline Observed During Ramadan

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The Executive Chairman, Oyo State Road Transport Management Authority (OYRTMA) and Mogaji Agunleyinju Alekuso, Beere Ibadan, Dr. Akin Fagbemi has joined the people-loving Governor of Oyo State, His Excellency, Engr. Seyi Makinde, The Aare Musulumi of Yorubaland, Edo and Delta, Alhaji Dawud Makanjuola De-Damak, The Chief Imam of Ibadanland, Alhaji Abdul-Ganiyy Agbotomokekere and other Islamic leaders of thought across the State to congratulate Muslim faithfuls in Nigeria and Oyo State in particular over the sighting of the Shawwal moon which signifies the end of this year’s holy month of Ramadan and subsequent celebration of Eid-il–fitr.

He calls on all Muslims to continually exhibit the good morals and self-discipline exemplified throughout the period of the Holy month.

Mogaji Akin Fagbemi admonished all and sundry to thread softly, drive safely and stay alive by observing all the guidelines and safety precautions prescribed by the government in halting the continuous transmission and spread of the ravaging corona virus disease which he prays to almighty Allah to take away from the world in no distant time.

“While I congratulate my Muslim brothers and sisters, it is crucial I reiterate the importance of safe driving during the euphoria of the Eid celebrations.

Even though our men and officers are well positioned in strategic locations across the State to ensure an itch-free celebration by clearing and ensuring free flow of human and vehicular traffic, the greater onus of individual safety and wellbeing still rests very largely on the people.

Therefore, it is my hope that we all observe and obey the safety rules and regulations while using the roads”, Mogaji Akin Fagbemi said.

Similarly, he called on all misguided religious extremists across the length and breath of the nation to sheath their swords, seek forgiveness and live harmoniously with people of other faiths and beliefs.

“On this day of thankfulness and celebration, I pray that Allah accepts our fasts and prayer and all of our acts of devotion throughout the blessed month. Many more years in good health and abundant prosperity. Barka de sallah”, he concluded.

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