NABS, national President, Comr. Zhiya David has congratulated the Muslim Ummah especially students in Bassa nation and Nigeria at large on the rewarding completion of Ramadan and the Eid el-Fitr celebration, 2020.
The President made the statement through his Chief Press Secretary, Comr. Hannah Wandama Tukura who described Eid el-Fitr as a successful completion of Ramadan and a spiritual obligation that is mandatory for the renewal of the spiritual being, urged Muslims to sustain all that is learnt during the Holy month of Ramadan and continue to show genuine love for one another.
“The Muslim Ummah are therefore implored to be steadfast in propagating and sustaining what Islam stands for, among which are love, good neighborliness, tolerance, accommodation, compassion, support for the needy and peaceful coexistence amongst the various communities,” he said.
The President further urge members of the Muslim community to collectively resort to incessant prayers against the COVID-19 Pandemic that’s ravaging the world. He further stressed that prayer is the only key that can successfully combat the ugly scourge.
While congratulating Muslims, the President pointed out that the teachings of Prophet Muhammed(SAW) exemplify love, compassions and forgiveness to one another which are celebrated in Eid, hence the need to forgive one another and sustain the spirit of unity, love and compassion as true values of Islam.