As Muslims all over the world celebrate Sallah, Christian leaders round the globe congratulate and felicitate with the Muslim community at Eid-el-Kabir festivity, and urged them to equally remember to donate and share their foods stuff and other eatable items and drinks with the internally displaced persons (IDPs) at various camps, prison inmates,destitute and almajirai.
The Muslim communities were also been urged to visit orphanage homes and meet with sick once at hospital during the season and share joys and happiness with them,while calling on Ram seller to Cut-down-their prices ,so as enable Muslims buys Rams at affordable prices
Pastor Yohanna Buru, the General Overseer of Christ Evangelical Intercessory Fellowship Ministry, made the call, while donating some food items to some Muslims in Kaduna for the sallah celebration.
Buru said the church has gathered some food stuffs to be distributed to some Muslims, in order to immensely reduce the hardship faced by many Nigerians, so as to make them happy during the season.
“The economic hardship is really getting tougher and the masses are finding it extremely difficult to eat food 3 times daily; that is why am calling on market unions, price regulatory agencies and governments at all levels to quickly intervene in finding solution to the situation Nigerians are facing – of high cost of goods and services.”
Pastor Buru added that, during last year Christmas, some Muslim women came to his house and donated some food stuffs to widows of the ministry, and also bought a Christmas Tree and decorated it at the church premises with the aims of strengthening peaceful co-existence and religious tolerance.
“Muslims are our neighbours and friends; they have been supportive to the church, and this is really impressive. We have to forgive each other to have an everlasting peace.”
Buru said, on behalf of all pastors, reverend, evangelists and the entire members of his ministry, he wishes Muslims all over the planet Barka da Sallah, and called on parents to watch over movements of their children to avert incidences of missing kids during the festivity.
Similarly, Reverend David Abaya and Evangelist Jonathan appealed to wealthy individuals, philanthropists and governments to donate food to destitute, almajirai and IDps for Allah’s blessing.
Receiving the Sallah Food at his house at Barnawa, Mallam Gambo Abdullahi thanked the team of the Christian clerics for donating half bag of rice, spaghetti, groundnut oil and some little money to his family to celebrate the festivity with joy and happiness like every other family.
Gambo said, “My family has already given up for the Sallah celebration, because no money to buy food,” adding that this donation came as a surprise to him, and that his family will never forget this gift, and may Allah unite both Muslims and Christians to be in peace and harmony.