Eid-el-Kabir: Ishaku urges Nigerians to pray for peace, unity

Ishaku

Taraba state governor, Darius Ishaku on Monday urged Nigerians of all religious faiths and beliefs to continue to pray for peace and unity.

Ishaku, in a press statement signed by his  special adviser on media and publicity, Mr. Bala Dan Abu and a copy made available to Blueprint in Jalingo, regretted that insecurity, particularly the Boko Haram insurgency, kidnapping people from their homes and on the roads and of children from their schools have remained a big challenge to the country.

The statement maintained that these ills have continued to threaten peace and safety of lives and properties.

The statement added that Governor Ishaku’s administration’s efforts against insecurity have been very fruitful and that’s the reason Taraba state is today enjoying relative peace.

The statement stressed that governor Darius  Ishaku today  felicitated with the entire Muslim Ummah in Taraba State on the momentous occasion of this year’s Eid-el-Kabir.

The statement informed that governor Ishaku congratulated them for the opportunity provided again by Allah (SWA) for a happy and peaceful celebration, noting that the events of the past couple of years in Nigeria have proven that God is interested in the unity and survival of Nigeria as a country.

Ishaku called for vigilance and greater support by all Nigerians for the nation’s security agencies as they struggle to contain the dangerous elements that are out to kill and maim innocent people.

The statement highlighted that in area of delivery of  democratic dividends, Ishaku’s administration has done a lot and will do much more to transform the state and make life better for the generally of Tarabans.

The statement appealed to Tarabans to continue to pray and to support his administration in its determination to complete all on-going projects before its terminal date in 2023.

The explained that Ishaku wished the Muslim Ummah happy Eid-el-Kabir celebrations.