FG declares Monday public holiday to mark Mawlud Nabiyy as MAI plans Walk for Palestine

The Federal Government has declared Monday as Public Holiday to mark the 2019 Eid-ul-Mawlud in commemoration of the birthday of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

Mohammed Manga, Director Press and Public Relations of the Ministry of Interior, announced this in a statement on Thursday in Abuja.

He said the Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, congratulated the Muslim faithful on the occasion and enjoined them to live within the virtues and teachings of the Prophet.

He said imbibing the Prophet’s virtues of love, courage and perseverance would guarantee peace and security in the country.
Aregbesola expressed confidence that the challenges confronting Nigeria at the moment would soon be over; and therefore, called on Nigerians to remain focused and determined.

He gave the assurance that with the immense potentials the country is endowed with; coupled with its human and natural resources, Nigeria will sooner than later join the league of developed nations.

“With love, commitment, self-sacrifice, patience and patriotism, we will certainly, build a greater Nigeria,” Aregbesola said.

The minister restated Government’s desire to ensure a peaceful and secure environment for all Nigerians.

Meanwhile, Muslim Awareness International (MAI) has also concluded plans to stage yet another edition of the annual solidarity gathering, famously known as Aqsa Day on Monday, same day declared as public holiday by the Federal government.

Muslim News’ findings revealed that no fewer than 15, 000 Nigerian Muslims and rights activists – Muslims and non-Muslims, would converge at the National Stadium, Surulere, Lagos for the historic Walk for Palestinian Freedom, the first of its kind, in their branded pro Palestinian vests.

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