Eid-el-Kabir: Osun cleric, Baba Lesekese felicitates Nigerian Muslims

Eid-el-Kabir: Osun cleric, Baba Lesekese felicitates Nigerian Muslims
EDITH AGBO
A Cleric, Prophet Adeyemi Adeniran of Great Tabernacle Miracle Church of God, (Mountain of Change), Ejigbo Road, Ojo, Egbedore Local Government Area of Osun State, has rejoiced with Muslim faithful in Nigeria and across the globe on the occasion of this year’s 2023 Eid-al-Adha celebration.
The man of God, in a goodwill message personally signed by him, congratulated adherents of the Islamic faith for witnessing another Eid festival and urged them to continue to co-exist peaceful with people of other religions.
According to him, the annual festival is an opportunity for Islamic faithful to show love and re-ignite peace and harmony among adherents of other faiths.
Prophet Adeniran, popularly known as Baba Lesekese, described Eid as a special festival that is always anticipated by Christians and traditional worshippers because of the together and love it engenders.
The cleric seized the opportunity of the celebration to call on those fanning embers of religious bigotry and fanaticism to desist saying religious harmony and unity have come.to stay in the nation.
“I rejoice with all Muslim faithful in Nigeria and in extension, the world over, on this year’s occasion of Sallah. I must say that this is one celebration that is jointly celebrated owing to the love Muslims show during the period. I think this is what God asks Al of us to do always, therefore, we should not make it a seasonal act, rather, we should act and show love daily.
Baba Lesekese
Baba Lesekese
“Religious harmony has come to stay in our country, Nigeria and therefore want to call on those who derive pleasure in causing religious disharmony to stop and embrace peace. Live and let’s live so that Nigeria will be a better place for all,” he said.
“I pray God to grant us more grace to celebrate together and may God prosper our nation and improve our love, Amen. Congratulations to all Muslim faithful and Barka de Sallah,” the clergyman prayed.

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