Eid’l Kabir: Cleric warns Nigerians to refrain from sins

Eidl Kabir Cleric warns Nigerians to refrain from sins

As Muslims all over the world celebrate the Eid Kabir, the founder and spiritual head of Shafaudeen in Islam worldwide, Engr. (Prof.) Sabit Ariyo Olagoke, JP has warned Nigerians to refrain from sins for the nation to move forward.

In his Sallah message, which he signed and made available to journalists, Prof. Olagoke noted that if Nigerians refrain from sins and restore self-esteem to promote sanity, security and development at a sustainable level will be achieved.

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While enumerating the areas of improvement for Nigerians, Olagoke highlighted wealth without work, pleasure without conscience, knowledge without character and commerce without morality as the areas where the Nigerian government and individuals are required to improve upon.

Other areas, he stated, include science without humanity, religion without sacrifice and religion without principle. He insists these block the progress of Nigeria as a nation.

He also declared that lack of faith and scripture compliance were the bane of Nigeria’s growth to date, He however called on leaders to rule the country with the fear of Allah so as not to incur His wrath.