Adamawa State Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri sends greetings and felicitations to all Muslims in Adamawa, Nigeria, and the world on the occasion of Eid el Kabir.
Fintiri’s principal press secretary, Humwashi Wonosoiku, offered his Sallah welcome, in which he congratulated Muslims on fulfilling a heavy spiritual obligation.
In his speech, he said, “this day reminds us of the importance of selflessness, sacrifice, and unwavering faith in our lives.”This event is deeply spiritual for Governor Fintiri, and he appreciates the Muslim community’s efforts to foster harmony and prosperity in Adamawa State.
The Governor praises the resilience of the Muslim community, which has shown its love, compassion, and generosity to its neighbours despite the difficult circumstances.The Muslims of Adamawa State should strengthen their dedication to peace, togetherness, and harmonic coexistence this Eid al Kabir.
In view of the importance of religious tolerance, understanding, and respect for one another’s beliefs, Governor Fintiri encourages Muslims to use this festive occasion to deepen bonds of friendship, love, and compassion within their families, communities, and the entire state.
May Allah Subhanahu Wata’ala accept our worship, grant our prayers, and bless us with abundant happiness, prosperity, and good health; on behalf of the Adamawa State Government, I extend my heartfelt prayers and best wishes to all Muslims in Adamawa, Nigeria, and the world.
The Governor called on all residents of Adamawa State to use this moment of good fortune to renew their commitment to helping others and to making meaningful contributions to the state’s progress and prosperity.