Remain resolute in faith after Ramadan, NASFAT president admonishes Muslim faithful
Yusuf gave the advice at a NASFAT session in Lagos to reawaken consciousness of the faithful on good interpersonal relationship.
He said that the lessons of the Ramadan that epitomised peace, love and care for one another should be the guiding principle of people in the society.
The group president urged Nigerians to show love to one another and eschew hatred and bad blood for the common good.
According to him the essence of the Ramdan period will be lost if people’s way of life is fraught with self centeredness and other misconducts that put the society on the brink with perennial crisis.
As a people that have gone through the fasting and prayer period as stipulated by the scriptures, it is supposed to show in our daily interaction with others.
“It is a period of spiritual rebirth to remind us that the salvation of our soul is what is paramount and not how much we are able to acquire.
It is expedient to reawaken our conscious person on those things we learnt during the Ramadan for us not to keep them outside as the period draws to an end,” he said.
Yusuf pleaded with Nigerians to approach the forthcoming general elections with the spirit of sportsmanship.
We do not have any other country but Nigeria, therefore everyone should work hard to keep it united,” he said.
Reports that the Ramdan period will end with special prayers and subtle feasts on May 2.