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Imam Sympathizes With Muslims Who Return To Sinful Ways After Ramadan Fast

Children at Eid groud in Kuje praying for Nigeria

The Imam of the central Jum’at Mosque in Chibiri, a suburb of Kuje town, the headquarter of one of the six Area Councils of the Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Ustaz Mohammed has expressed sympathy for Muslims who return to all sort of sinful ways after the Ramadan Fast that ended yesterday, June 3.

The Imam, in his sermon after the two-Rakah prayer of Eid to herald the new moon of Shawwal and end the 29-day Fast, stressed that leaving the Holy Month after performing all the beneficial acts only to return to acts consider to be offensive to God and man, amounted to waste.

“Whoever completed his or her 29-day Fasting has enormous rewards as promised by Allah, but God has no need of the acts of whoever would not abandon bad manners like telling lies, fornicating, backbiting and breaking of promises as well as stealing and killing of fellow human being for no just cause.”

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Ustaz Mohammed advised Muslims to continue with the good lessons they got from the Ramadan Fast and try their best to practice such lessons to avoid destroying God’s love in their lives.