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Traditional Custodians of the people in Nigeria has joined others in their
understanding of how unbearable is the situation of consumable expense coming with
cost of living signaling toward high proportion that Nigerians at the moment is experiencing. The Emirs,  Alhaji Sulu Gambari
and Alhaji Muhammad Sanusi  Air  their views  separately in their sallah message in Kano and
Ilorin where they urged the federal  government to specifically address the high proportion
of consumable commodities in the country. Sanusi Lamido Sanusi Prayed that the bomber
harvest this year would bring succor to Nigerians says ‘’we are grateful to
almighty Allah for the consistent rain’’.

 May it bring the end of high
cost of food items. People should avoid rumour mongering and other activities
that may bring disunity among Nigerians. Youths should be responsible citizens
and embrace different trades for self-reliance, as government cannot provide employment
to all.” On his part, Sulu-Gambari lamented that it was becoming very difficult
for the masses to eat three times daily due to the exorbitant cost of food
stuff.
The Emir, who prayed for peace, tranquility, and resuscitation of the
nation’s troubled economy, said “it is high time that our leaders across the
three tiers of government acted on the escalating cost of food stuff.” He asked
God to continue to guide the nation’s leaders right so that the task of moving
the nation forward would be easy for them. While urging Nigerians to give their
leaders necessary support, the monarch said that rejuvenation of the nation’s
economy was a collective responsibility of all Nigerians. Earlier, in his
sermon, the Chief Imam of Ilorin, Sheikh Mohammed Bashir Salihu who led the
two- rakah prayer, urged the affluent to always cater for the needs of the poor
in their localities.
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 He also
enjoined public office holders across the country to make deliberate efforts
towards ameliorating the suffering of the Nigerian masses. Salihu asked Muslims
to continue to co- habit peacefully with the adherents of other faiths, saying
that Islam abhors violence in all ramifications. At Issa Elelu mosque along
Murtala Mohammed Way, Ilorin, Imam Abubakar Waliy- Kamal, reminded Nigerian
leaders that they were holding offices in trust for the electorate. The Imam
urged Muslims to reflect on the import of Eid-el Kabir and imbibe the spirit of
sacrifice, tolerance, and obedience that brought about the festival.

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