First Lady urges Muslims to maintain purity after Ramadan

First Lady Senator Oluremi Tinubu has urged Muslims to embrace chastity and virtue beyond the month of Ramadan.

She offered the advice on Tuesday during the Iftar (breaking of the Ramadan fast), organised for federal legislators, former first ladies, wives of governors, and others at the State House Banquet Hall, Abuja.

She urged the women to help each other to restore the country, stressing that once there is love, peace, and harmony, the country will be greater and its people will be happy.

According to Senator Oluremi Tinubu, President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s numerous programs are proceeding as planned, and the outcomes are starting to show.

“This is a very solemn time, the time we are supposed to reflect and ask God for forgiveness where we have erred and do better. This time should not just end after 30 days of fasting and prayers, we should take it into the way Nigeria will be on the horizon. Nigeria is on the path of greatness, things cannot be done the same way, they used to be, we have to do whatever it takes to turn things around,” she said.

The wife of the Vice President, Hajia Nana Shettima, expressed gratitude to the First Lady for everything she had done for the country.

She called on all women to back the current administration and the First Lady’s initiatives via the Renewed Hope Initiative, urging women to keep the country in mind when they pray, particularly during these final ten days of Ramadan.

The guest lecturer, Professor Dr Marian Lemu counselled women to keep in mind that all people are created equal by God.

She implored them to carry on with what they had learned during Ramadan and not to forget it.

According to her, Nigerians’ lives will be improved, if they live in love, piety, humility, and tolerance.

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