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IBEJU-LEKKI LOCAL GOVERNMENT CHAIRMAN HOSTS LEAGUE OF IMAMS AND ALFAS, IBEJU-LEKKI BRANCH PRAYS FOR THE NATION.

Ibeju-Lekki Local Government under the leadership of her charismatic and proactive Mayor, Hon. (Engr.) Abdullahi Sesan Olowa played host to the League of Imams and Alfas of the Council Area for the Annual Ramadan Public Lecture and a special prayer session organized for Ibeju-Lekki and the Nation as a whole.
The Council Chairman, Hon.(Engr.) Abdullahi Sesan Olowa in his address admonished the Muslim community within the area to imbibe the spirit of the month of Ramadan to work in harmony for the betterment and growth of the Local Government and not only Nigeria for it is within our immediate society that change begins.
Olowa emphasized on why it is important to work from within in other to achieve a better society and a Country of our dream.
This year’s Ramadan Lecture was anchored by the President and Imam General of the Association, Fadilat (Sheik) Abdul-Semiu Opeloyeru Ajayi who spoke on the Role of the Muslim Ummah in Nation Building. The President implored Political Office holders to work together in the interest of the electorates and to shun partisan interest to achieve more developments in Ibeju-Lekki and its environs.
The Cleric also appealed to all present to embrace the mercifulness of Allah during the special month of Ramadan to seek for forgiveness of sins and request for the best in this world and the hereafter.
The Council Mayor, Olowa also used the opportunity to reel out his Administration’s Achievements in Education, Environment, Infrastructures and other areas.
Also present at the occasion were the Vice Chairman of the Council, Hon. Isiaka Yusuf Olatunji, Leader of the Legislative Arm, Hon. Mojeed Olayinka Oluwafemi and other Legislators, the Secretary to the Local Government,
Hon. Adewale Adebanjo and other Executive Council Members, Management Members, Religious Leaders, Federation of Muslims Women Association of Nigeria (FOMWAN), Alasalatu, Council Staff amongst others.

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