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Sallah message: Sultan urges Nigerians to embrace farming

By George George Idowu

The Sultan of Sokoto and president general of the Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA), Sa’ad Abubakar has called on Nigerians to increase their commitment to farming as a means to alleviate economic hardship and address the country’s high cost of living.

In his Eid-el Kabir message to Nigerian Muslims, the Sultan emphasized the importance of making the most of the rainy season for sufficient food production to meet societal demand.

“We should all go back to farming and produce food because doing so will ease our condition and boost the country’s economy,” he advised.

Acknowledging the efforts of the country’s leaders to ease the hardship, he urged for more action, particularly to address the difficult situation faced by people in the north.

He also called on Muslims to pray for the leaders, stressing the power of prayers in supporting societal needs.

The Sultan expressed appreciation for the security agencies’ dedication to ensuring citizen safety and commended Governor Ahmed Aliyu of Sokoto State for his support to the less privileged.

He urged the people to continue living peacefully and maintaining their dedication to Islam.

The Sultan ended his message to the Nigerian Muslims by praying for the safe return of the pilgrims in Saudi Arabia and urged them to pray for Nigeria and its leaders.


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