EID-EL-FITR: Anambra Speaker felicitates Muslims, calls for peace, tolerance


The Speaker of Anambra State House of Assembly,Rt.Hon.Somtochukwu Udeze has enjoined Muslims to always promote values of universal justice, peace, mutual understanding and love in their religious obligations.

In his Goodwill Message to Muslim Faithful in Nigeria on behalf of the State Legislature,Rt.Hon.Udeze noted that as Ramadan symbolizes holiness, dedication to worship and charity work, Muslims should stick to the essence of the Feast by exhibiting those virtues that will further unite the people and uplift the Nation at all times.

The Speaker who called for tolerance among different religious bodies in the country,urged Muslims to strive to maintain peaceful coexistence and harmonious relationship with their Christian brothers in the interest of peace and progress of the country.

He described Muslim faithful in Anambra State as being lucky to operate under Governor Chukwuma Soludo,who he said,has continued to provide them with the enabling environment to propagate their faith and also earn good living, and enjoined them to reciprocate the Governor’s gesture by giving his administration the necessary support.

Rt.Hon.Udeze expressed the hope that with fervent prayers from the Muslims and other religions groups as well as sincerity and uprightness on the part of the political leaders,the current economic and security challenges confronting the country will be surmounted.

The Speaker assured that the State Legislature will continue to enact laws and resolutions aimed at promoting peaceful coexistence, development of the State as well as the well-being of the citizens and urged Muslims in the state to continue to operate within the laws of the state and enjoy the hospitality of Ndi Anambra.

By Ifeizu Joe

Ifeizu is a seasoned journalist and Managing Editor of TheRazor. He has wide knowledge of Anambra State and has reported the state objectively for over a decade.

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