Imoke Felicitate With Muslims at Eid-el Kabir

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by crossriverwatch admin

Cross River State Governor, Senator Liyel Imoke has congratulated Muslims at the celebration of this year’s Eid-el Kabir.

In a press statement issued in Calabar by the Governor’s Chief Press Secretary/S. A Media, Mr. Christian Ita, Imoke urged Muslims to use the period to rededicate their lives to the service of Allah.

He assured them that his administration will continue to foster religious harmony and peaceful co-existence among the various religious organizations in the state.

According to the Governor, his administration’s desire to attain religious harmony informed the appointment of a Special Adviser on Religious Matters who the Governor said is competent and capable of bringing together all the religious divides to explore possible ways of developing the state as one body and wish the Muslim Um’mah a fruitful celebration.

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