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Id-El-Kabir: September 24th & 25th Declared As Public Holidays



The Federal Governement (FG) of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has declared as Public Holidays, Thursday, 24th and Friday, 25th of September, 2015 to mark the celebration of this year’s Id-El-Kabir. This was contained in a statement made by the Director of Press, Ministry of Interior, Yusuf Isiaka Alhaji on behalf of the Ministry’s Permanent ... Continue Reading

The Federal Governement (FG) of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has declared as Public Holidays, Thursday, 24th and Friday, 25th of September, 2015 to mark the celebration of this year’s Id-El-Kabir.

This was contained in a statement made by the Director of Press, Ministry of Interior, Yusuf Isiaka Alhaji on behalf of the Ministry’s Permanent Secretary Abubakar Magaji on Monday.

He enjoined all Muslim faithfuls and Nigerians from all walks of life to extend the religious benefits of the Id-El-Kabir festival, which includes love, peace, empathy and tolerance to one another for the overall development of the nation.

The Permanent Secretary also admonished all Nigerians to use the festive occasion to pray for peace, progress and unity across the nation.

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