By Muhammad Babayo Asha.
Muslims have been enjoined to extend the Ramadan’s lessons of hands of fellowship to the less privileged beyond the month to earn Allah’s blessings.
Chief Imam of Kofar- Dumi Jummaat Mosque in Bauchi metropolis Sheikh Rabiu Shehu who made the appeal at the closing of this year’s tafsir conducted in the mosque stressed the need for the consolidation of various forms of ibadat.
Sheikh Rabiu Shehu insisted on the need for the Muslims to fear Allah at all times and coexist peaceful with their neighbours and adherents of other faith.
While calling on those in the leadership positions to fulfill their campaign promises, Sheikh Rabiu Shehu decried the high level of insecurity and other social vices and the need to summon them.
He urged parents to ensure proper upbringing and vocational skills acquisition of their children as every soul would account for its deed on the day of resurrection.
The Chief Imam also used the forum to call on farmers to engage in farming activities as the raining season is past approaching.
Sheikh Rabiu Shehu who is also a lecturer with the Federal University Kashere, Gombe state called on President Muhammadu Buhari to bring to an end the lingering strike of Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU for the development of the education sector.
Earlier, the Mosque’s Committee Chairman Alhaji Sani Muhammad Bello who commended people of the area for championing the course of various activities in the mosque urged other wealthy Muslims to emulate.
Alhaji Sani Muhammad Bello used the platform to commend the state Governor for the execution of peoples oriented projects and programmes and advised him to sustain.
High point of ceremony was intensive prayer for the state and the country at large to overcome all challenges being experienced.