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Things Worthy Of Note While Celebrating Eid el-Maulud On Tuesday

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It is no longer news that the federal government has declared this coming Tuesday, 19th October, 2021 as public holiday, which means everyone will get to stay at home that day to spend time with their family or loved ones and also take ample rest as they see fit.

The public holiday however, is to celebrate this year's Eid el-Maulud, a ceremony marked by the Muslim religion to commemorate the birth of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him).

As Tuesday draws nearer, a lot of people all over the country must have started planning how to mark the celebration in order to make the day a memorable one for them. As such plans are in place, let's also make sure we take into consideration the following measures to have a safe and wonderful celebration.

Two Things Worthy Of Note During The Celebration

1. Be Security Conscious: This one singular fact cannot be overemphasized, especially in the country we live in today. We must have been hearing of different attacks by unknown gunmen and bandits in places around the country which normally results in loss of lives and other disasters. Given the fact that Tuesday will be a day of celebration which will prompt a lot of people to leave their homes and go out to parks, chill spots, resorts etc to have fun, some of these "evil men" might be lurking around to cause harm also. So be sure that as you celebrate Eid el-Maulud, be it in a social gathering of people or within your home, take the necessary steps to forestall safety by being physically and mentally conscious of your environment.

2. Don't Get Caught Up In The Moment: It is truly a day worthy to be celebrated, but don't let it take up the whole day for you or cause you to spend more than you can give from your pocket. Sometimes, family members can be very demanding during periods of celebrations like this as they might want you to buy one expensive thing or the other for them. Don't be compelled to spend too much and only spend according to your budget, as the day of celebration will definitely pass and you will go back to your normal life or reality.

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