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Tinubu, Buhari urge Nigerians: Defend and support leadership

President Bola Tinubu and his predecessor, Muhammadu Buhari, each celebrated Eid El-Fitri at separate locations, spreading messages of unity and support for leadership on Wednesday. Tinubu, present at Dodan Barracks in Ikoyi, Lagos, urged Nigerians to defend the nation’s integrity, emphasizing the importance of resilience and hope. He highlighted the need to protect the government’s integrity and expressed optimism about Nigeria’s future.

Similarly, Buhari, speaking in Daura after Eid prayers, congratulated Muslims on completing Ramadan and called for nationwide support for leaders at all levels. Stressing the significance of unity in safeguarding Nigeria’s sovereignty, he urged politicians to prioritize smooth transitions and development, regardless of party affiliations.

The First Lady, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, echoed a message of moderation and compassion, urging Nigerians to extend the virtues of Ramadan beyond the celebrations. She emphasized the importance of kindness and service to humanity, urging continued prayers for the nation’s well-being.

Sultan Sa’ad Abubakar urged Muslims to pursue knowledge and maintain compassion, emphasizing gratitude for life and the opportunity to observe Ramadan. He encouraged support for one another and assistance to those in need.

Governors across various states echoed similar sentiments, emphasizing peace, unity, and solidarity. They called for reflection on shared values and renewed commitment to building stronger communities and states. Emir Ibrahim Sulu-Gambari of Ilorin also urged support for President Tinubu and Governor AbdulRaman AbdulRazaq, emphasizing gratitude for peace and harmony within the Ilorin Emirate despite national challenges.

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