The Executive Chairman of Toto local government in Nasarawa State, Honorable Chief Aliyu Abdullahi Tashas has felicitated with Muslims faithful in the State and all over the world on the occasion of the Eid-el-Fitri.
The Chairman in a statement by his Senior Special Assistant, SSA, Media & Publicity, Yahaya Idris, expressed joy on the successful completion of the Ramadan fast by Muslims.
He noted that witnessing another Eid-el-Fitri is a special privilege from the Almighty Allah who has control over the destiny of man.
The people’s Chairman said the 30-day spiritual exercise has drawn the faithful closer to Allah urging them to keep on practicing the lessons learnt from the holy month in their relationship with their Maker and fellow human beings.
Hon Tashas equally urged the citizens to be vigilant and remain security conscious even as they celebrate, he said to overcome insecurity in the country Muslims and other faiths must come together to seek the face of God in prayer for divine intervention in the affairs of the country.
He also called for cooperation and vigilance on the part of the citizens in the war against crimes in Toto LG and beyond.
“This is the time we all need to come together to tackle insecurity in the country even as we pray for God’s protection over the land”, Tashas said.
He described Engineer Abdullahi Sule, Executive Governor of Nasarawa State as a man of peace who has sacrifice his life to fight for the peace and unity of the State. during the civil war and has
The Chairman also prayed for peaceful coexistence, unity and development of Toto just as he asserted that he is administration is committed to peace and unity of the area.
Hon. Tashas specifically commended Nasarawa Speaker, Rt. Honorable Abduallhi Ibrahim Balarabe for his support in the overall development of Toto LG, describing him as important partner in his administration’s success story, as well as the peace and stability being witnessed in the area.
He maintained that Muslims and adherents of other religions in the area have always lived together in peace and harmony, Hon. Tashas urged for continued peaceful coexistence.