Abubakar, who besides is the President-General of the Nigerian Supreme commission for Islamic Affairs, distinguished that the union would rally round be sold for an base to insecurity, intolerance, corruption and other evils in Nigeria.
The Emir avowed this in his Easter letter to Christians, on Sunday and was limited in a assertion signed by NSCIA Director of Administration, Yusuf Nwoha.
The monarch furthermore lamented that the Coronavirus deadly disease was moving pious worship.
“As group of faith, we’re conscious of the value of Easter in the lives of Christians, remarkably as it symbolises rebirth, regeneration and reawakening.”
“The implication of Easter cannot still be other compelling than in a jiffy that the unbroken globe is facing the devastating cost of the coronavirus epidemic which impacts on our lifestyle and holy worship,” he said.
This is pending at the time the quantity of deep-rooted Coronavirus personal belongings stands at 323.
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