Sallah; Ebonyi APC Chairman Charges Adherent On Love, Peaceful Coexistence

By Celestine Okeh, Abakaliki

The Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ebonyi state, Chief Stanley Okoro Emegha, has Congratulated the the Muslim community on the 2022 Eid-el- Kabir celebrations.

Chief Emegha, Who doubles as the special Security Consultant to Ebonyi state Government charged the Muslim faithfuls to use celebration to champion the course of unity, love and Peaceful Coexistence among different ethnics and religious groups across the country.

In a statement to the Muslims, reads;
"It is with gratitude to Almighty Allah that I wish to congratulate and celebrate with all Ebonyi people especially the Muslim faithful within the State and beyond on this occasion of the 2022 Eid Celebration all the world. 

"In commemorating this year Eid-el- Kabir, the adherents of the Muslim and humanity in general should understand that religion is an instrument that suppose to make people to be cautious of their actions and inactions by bringing them closer to Divinity through righteous living. 

"I therefore use the privilege, this annual celebration offers to charge in particular our Muslim brothers and sisters to always imbibe and reflect the significance of Eid which epitomises love, unity, stability and peaceful coexistence. Let there be high sense of neighborliness among the people of all religions as it will guarantee a crime free society where destruction of lives and property will be least reasoned. 

"As you make merry with family members, friends and well-wishers, be assured that there is a watertight security arrangement in the State. Also be vigilant and promptly report any suspicious character lurking around your environment for quick response from the gallant officers and men of the security agencies including the operatives of Ebubeagu Security Outfit. 

"Your maximum security is our utmost priority. 

"Wishing you a memorable celebration and showers of Allah’s blessings. Happy Sallah".

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