Gov. Otu Greets Muslim Faithful, Calls for Kindness and Generosity

Gov. Otu Greets Muslim Faithful, Calls for Kindness and Generosity

As Muslims around the world celebrated Eid-el-Kabir, the Governor of Cross River State, Senator Bassey Otu, extended his heartfelt greetings to the Muslim faithful in the state. He prayed that the spirit of Eid-el-Kabir would inspire acts of kindness and generosity among all, fostering understanding and harmony within various communities.

During a visit by Muslim faithful to his residence, Governor Otu emphasized the importance of embracing and upholding the values of sacrifice, compassion, and unity. He wished everyone joy, peace, and prosperity.

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The Governor highlighted the need for unity, advocating against discrimination and division. He encouraged the building of a society where every individual is valued and respected, sharing a collective hope for a better future.

Governor Otu concluded by expressing his hope that the bonds of friendship and love would be extended to everyone, creating a brighter tomorrow for all.