The Islamic Society of Al-Habibiyyah in Abuja State has urged Bola Tinubu, the President-elect to prioritise the war against poverty and hunger as soon as he take over the seat. Imam Fuad Adeyemi, the National Chief Imam of Al-Habibiyyah Mosque, made the statement during the National Unity Ramadan Lecture that was organised by the society, as reported by Vanguard.
The national chief Imam of the Al-Habibiyyah emphasized the need for Tinubu to fight against poverty and hunger from the day he sworn in as the president.
“It is seen by the blind and audible by the deaf that there is hunger and poverty across the country; people are angry and hungry at the same time, inflation is so high and now we are using naira to buy naira.
“Tinubu needs to work very hard in other to reverse these unholy trends. Tinubu’s victory in the recent concluded presidential election didn't come to us as a suprise, because he is well known to be a compassionate leader,” the cleric said.
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