The Nigeria Union of Journalists, NUJ, Ekiti State Council has congratulated Muslim journalists in the state for the grace to celebrate this year’s Eld-el-Kabir, urging them to celebrate moderately with the little they have
This is contained in a statement by the Chairman of the Union, Rotimi Ojomoyela and the Secretary, Kayode Babatuyi.
The Union urged the faithful to use the festive period to relax, dine and associate with families and loved ones considering the demand of the profession which often keeps them away.
The statement appealed to the Muslim journalists not to be worried by the hike in prices of commodities but to celebrate with the little they have, saying Eld-el-Kabir is beyond killing ram.
It also urged the faithful to pray for the union, Ekiti State and Nigeria at large.
In other news, President Bola Tinubu, on Tuesday evening, arrived in Lagos from London ahead of Wednesday’s Eid-el-Kabir celebrations.
Tinubu’s Gulfstream jet arrived at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja, at 05:05 pm local time where he was welcomed by a waiting crowd of supporters.
This concludes his one-week trip to Paris—where he attended a summit for A New Global Financing Pact hosted by French Emmanuel Macron, and London for a private visit.
The Presidency had on Saturday revealed that Tinubu canceled his planned return to Abuja that day.
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