Sunday, April 14, 2024

Ramadan: JNI advises Muslims to increase efforts to gain Allah’s mercy


The Jama’atu Nasril Islam (JNI) has reminded Muslims of the necessity to enhance their religious efforts to realize the mercy of Allah.

The JNI, in a press release launched on Sunday by its Secretary Normal, Professor Khalid Abubakar Aliyu, enjoined Muslims to accentuate their efforts in giving alms to the poor, orphans and the handicapped within the society.

“We should additionally pray for an overturn of such maladies. Muslims are due to this fact reminded of the Zakatul Fitr (Ordained Meals and/or Almsgiving on the finish of Ramadan Fasting), which is meant to be given out to the needy within the final three days of Ramadan or within the early hours of ‘Eid-el-Fitr day earlier than the graduation of the Eid prayer,” the assertion mentioned

“The Jama’atu Nasril Islam (JNI) underneath the management of His Eminence, the Sultan of Sokoto and President-Normal, makes use of this medium to beseech Allah (SWT) with the intention to facilitate for us observing the remaining final 9 or ten days efficiently.

“Might He additionally strengthen our religion in Him and relieve Nigeria of its attempting moments. Aamin.

“They have to use the elevated rendition of the Qur’an not solely in understanding it higher, however in residing in accordance to its tenets and steering, which invariably facilitate the attainment of Taqwa – being the cardinal goal of the institutionalisation of fasting.

“Subsequently, the spirit of observing day by day compulsory Salawat (prayers), the Tarawih and Tahajjud, (emphatically beneficial night time prayers) needs to be sustained in nowadays and past.

“Equally, Muslims are implored to accentuate their kindness in alms giving to the poor, the needy, the orphans and the handicapped within the society, particularly now that many households are simply residing past the poverty line.”

The assertion reiterated JNI’s name to the Muslim trustworthy to accentuate prayers for the nation, requesting Allah’s particular intervention in opposition to the tide of financial recession, poverty and starvation, in addition to the nagging insecurity problem bedevilling Nigeria.

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