Following the Eid-ell Fitri Celebration, by Muslims all over the world, the federal government of Nigeria has declared the 5th and 6th of July as public holiday. This was announced yesterday in Abuja.
The announcement was made by the minister of inferior, Lt. Gen. A. Dambazau(retd) through the offics of the permanent Secretary, Bassey Akpayung in a statement yesterday in Abuja.
He encouraged faithful Muslims to extand the spiritual benefits of Ramadan, which include love, peace and justice, to their daily living and through this contribute to the development of Nigeria nation.
He also wished Nigerians a peaceful celebration and urged them to support the ruling president , Muhammadu Buhari, in his determination to place the nation on the page of strong and enduring political legacy.
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