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Buhari: NGO urges Nigerians to sustain prayers

Keffi (Nasarawa State) – The Modibbo Haruna Buhari Charity Organisation (BCO), an NGO, has appealed to Nigerians to continue to offer special prayers for the recovery and safe return of President Muhammadu Buhari.

Mr Modibbo Suleiman-Masaka, the Chairman, Board of Trustee (BOT) of the organisation, made the call on Thursday while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Keffi, Nasarawa State.

Suleiman-Masaka urged Nigerians to sustain their prayers for God’s intercession for Buhari to enable him recuperate, stabilise fast and deliver dividends of democracy.

He noted that prayers are keys to the successes of individuals and governments to enable them to achieve their set goals.

He also opined that whatever happened to leaders always has multiplier effects on their followers.

Besides, the chairman enjoined Nigerians to constantly pray for the peaceful co-existence of the country irrespective of their ethnic, religious and political affiliations.

“As I always say, this organisation was formed with the aimed of promoting peace, unity and progress of our dear country.

“The organisation also aims at assisting the needy in the society as the name implies and the organisation has been fulfilling its mandates.

“As National Chairman of BOT of this organisation and a Nigerian, what we always preach to the people is peace.

“Nigerians should avoid inciting comments; this is because peace is panacea, non-negotiable and is the necessary requirement for the development of any society.

“It is in view of this, we want to use this medium to advise Nigerians to continue to pray for the good health and safe return of our President, Muhammadu Buhari,” he said.

Suleiman-Masaka also appealed to Nigerians to always pray for the present and future generations, adding that this “will bring more good things and will also bring peace, unity and national development”.

He advised Nigerians, especially youths, to be law abiding, respect constituted authorities, shun negative behaviours and support government programmes.


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