Telecoms firm tasks Muslim faithful on godliness at Ramadan
NIGERIA’S Telecommunications Carrier, Globacom, has charged Muslims in Nigeria to re-dedicate themselves to the virtues of Godliness and discipline as they commence fasting in the holy month of Ramadan.
The telecoms firm in a statement in Lagos expressed solidarity with the Nigerian Muslims as they commence the 2015 month of fasting, exhorting them to use the opportunity of the month to recommit themselves to Godliness, discipline and devotion to Almighty Allah as the Holy Quran enjoins.
The firm, which called on all Muslims to intercede for Nigeria as it enters a new administrative dispensation, enjoined them to pray for peace and progress in the country, especially in the North-East where insurgency had been on the rise in the last three years.
It said there could be no meaningful progress and commercial vibrancy where there was instability and insecurity.
The firm in the statement also praised all patriotic Nigerian Muslims for their struggles and commitment to the unity of the country and urged all, irrespective of religion, tribe and political persuasion, to support the new federal administration in the spirit of Godliness, saying: “As one country, we can pull through this period of trials, take Nigeria out of the woods and move the nation into the bracket of prosperous nations.
“All of us in Globacom wish all our Muslim brethren a very successful period of devotion. We pray that the Almighty Allah will show His mercies to all faithful in answering their prayers during this Ramadan period.”
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