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Ramadan: Akeredolu advises Muslims to pray for cease of COVID-19

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Ondo State Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, has advised Muslims to use the Ramadan fasting duration to pray to God to cease COVID-19 pandemic.

Akeredolu additionally instructed Muslims in the kingdom to proceed to have a look at all government’s directives centered in the direction of curbing unfold of COVID -19.

Akeredolu who spoke in a Ramadan message signed by using his Chief Press Secretary, Segun Ajiboye, reminded the Muslims that the directives included the ban of giant gathering, social distancing, everyday washing of fingers with cleaning soap and going for walks water, use of hand sanitizer and appropriate self-hygiene.

He stated the sacrifice occasioned via excessive prayers and fasting ought to be expended on pleadings to the Creator of man and the world to intervene and fix whole restoration to the land and amongst mankind.

According to the statement, “The Governor needs Muslims to proceed to have a look at all government’s directives consisting of the ban of massive gathering, social distancing, everyday washing of palms with cleaning soap and running water, use of hand sanitizer and acceptable self-hygiene.

“While urging them to pray at home, the Governor calls for extreme prayers for these combating with the COVID-19 ache and the fitness employees who are at the the front line of this combat to retain mankind.”

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