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Eid-el-Kabir: Don’t borrow to celebrate – NSCIA advises Muslims




The Nigerian Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs has suggested Muslim trustworthy throughout the nation to as a lot as attainable keep away from borrowing to have a good time Eid-el-Kabir.


The Chief Info Officer of the council, Aselemi Ibrahim, who gave the recommendation on Monday additionally referred to as for moderation through the celebration.

Ibrahim, who acknowledged the hardship within the nation occasioned by the outbreak of COVID-19 needs Muslim households to keep away from the temptation of borrowing with a purpose to have a good time the pageant, including that the psychological effectively being of all Muslims in Nigeria is of utmost concern for the council .

He additionally referred to as for strict adherence to all COVID-19 protocols particularly with the unfold of the brand new delta variant of COVID-19 within the nation.

In his phrases “The council will wish to advise that every one none pharmaceutical protocols as given by the NCDC ought to be obeyed particularly given the very fact of the brand new variant of COVID-19.

“That in celebrating the pageant to not go borrowing with a purpose to have a good time. We all know that Covd-19 introduced in its approach a number of hardship. We consider you could have an sincere and clear dialogue with your loved ones, if you happen to can not afford a ram, you may afford a goat, if you happen to can not afford a goat, you may afford rooster”.

“It’s not a should to borrow cash to have a good time as a result of we’re all involved concerning the psychological wellbeing of all muslims in Nigeria.”

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