For Eid-el-Fitr, Governor Bago assures the people: security will not be left to chance

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Mohammed Umaru Bago, governor of Niger State, has assured the people of the state that his government will spare no effort in protecting their lives and possessions.

In an Eid-el-Fitr letter to the Muslim faithful, the governor announced that some of the state’s internally displaced people (IDPs) are safely returning to their ancestral homes. The message was signed by his chief press secretary, Bologi Ibrahim.

In his address, he reaffirmed the administration’s resolve to implement the “New Niger” strategy and urged the public to have patience and understanding.

In his message to Muslims around the world, he congratulated them on the end of Ramadan and the joyous Eid el-Fitr celebration, but he also emphasized the importance of being true to Allah’s worship and the teachings of the Quran and Hadith.

It is a time to love, tolerate, and be good to everyone, and it is another chance to be dedicated and submit to Allah’s will, he said, observing the Eid-el-Fitr festival.

For the sake of a better society, I implore Muslims to maintain the virtues displayed so ardently over the Holy Month, such as humility, patience, tolerance, perseverance, and self-denial, even after the celebration has ended.

Bago also exhorted Muslims to keep praying for lasting peace in the country and state.

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