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Tuesday, Wednesday Declared As Public Holiday In Nigeria For Eid-Fitri

The Nigeria’s Federal Government has declared Tuesday, June 4 and Wednesday, June 5, as public holidays to mark the Muslim Eid-Fitri Celebration.

The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Interior, Mrs. Georgina Ehuriah, made the declaration today, Friday on behalf of the Federal Government in a statement signed by the Director of Press and Public Relations in the ministry, Mohammed Manga.

Mrs. Ehuriah congratulated the Muslim faithful on a successful completion of the Ramadan Fast even as she enjoined all Nigerians to use the occasion of the celebration to pray for the peace, unity, prosperity and stability of the nation.

She advised Nigerians to shun hate speeches and divisive tendencies and join hands with the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari to build a peaceful, strong and united Nigeria so as to achieve the next level of socio-economic development.

Mrs. Ehuriah reaffirmed the determination of the Federal Government to protect the lives and property of Nigerians.

She said that security agencies under the Ministry have been directed to provide adequate security before, during and after the Eid-Fitri Celebration.

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The Permanent Secretary restated government’s desire for all Nigerians to be inspired by the virtues gained during the Holy Month of Ramadan to live a life of sacrifice, charity and love for one another.

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