The National Coalition of Niger Delta Ex-Agitators, NCNDE-A has extended greetings to President Muhammadu Buhari, and all Islamic faithful in the country on this years’ Eid-el-Kabir celebration noting that the Almighty has in his benevolence given the president as a gift to Nigerians for a new dawn.

Making this known in Kaduna, Sunday, was the National President of the Coalition, Mr Israel Akoodoro, who noted that but for Allah the president would not in his own weather the political storm as he was doing saying Islamic faithful have so much to celebrate noting that it was imperative for Nigerians to live in peace and harmony in an indivisibly united nation saying; “Nigeria remains our only home and we must do everything to salvage it.”

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The pro Buhari ex-militant noted also that the muslim faithful should take the advantage and blessings inherent in the celebration to pray for the nation adding that Nigeria has been surviving ss nation with prayers and supplications religious faithful who genuinely interceed for the nation.

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According to the urhobo-born ex-militant, faithfuls across religious divides owe it a duty to pray for long life and superlative health for the president who he noted was sent by the Almighty Allah to redeem Nigerians from the scourge of poverty despondency occasioned by decades of misrule.

“The nation needs President Buhari more at this period of temporary economic setback than ever before for him to be able to accomplish that which he had started. He has started well and must end well with the support of genuine men and women of God we are hopeful that the days of hardship are near.
“To our muslim brother all over the country, we must realise the need to interceed for the nation at this season of Id-elfitri. We have no other country than Nigeria and so our brothers should pray for our at this period of national life.” Akpodoro stated.

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