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CAN wants Nigerians to trust God to make the country better

The Clergy added that Nigerians should unite in love, forgiveness, and reconciliation.

CAN wants Nigerians to trust God to make the country better [The Guardian Nigeria]

Okoh said this in a message to the Muslim community in Abuja on Sunday, as they celebrate Eid-el Kabir.

“I celebrate with Muslims all over the world as they celebrate Eid-el Kabir, a festival symbolising sacrifice, obedience, and faith.

On behalf of the CAN, I extend warm felicitations to our Muslim brothers and sisters.

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“I urge all Nigerians to embrace the values of sacrifice, obedience, and faith in our daily lives.

“Let us set aside our differences, heed the call for unity and peace, and trust in God’s promise for a better Nigeria.

Our nation is in dire need of God’s mercy, peace, and unity,” he said.

According to the Clergy, in the face of current challenges, Nigerians should unite in love, forgiveness, and reconciliation. He prayed for Divine intervention in the country’s security, economic, and political struggles.

“As the Muslim Ummah celebrate this festival, let us remember that our nation deeply needs God’s mercy, peace, and unity.

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“Let us work together to build a Nigeria where all citizens can thrive, regardless of religion, tribe or creed.

“Our diversity is in strength and togetherness, we can overcome any obstacle,” he stressed.

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