By: Nuhammed Nur Ali
The Emir of Gudi, Gadaka in Fika Local Government area of Yobe State, Northeast Nigeria, Alhaji Isa Bunuwo Khahaja, has warned Islamic preachers against provocative sermons capable of inciting disharmony and disunity among the faithful during and after the Ramadan fasting.
The Monarch gave the warning while speaking with newsmen at his palace in Gadaka town. He cautioned clerics that religious preaching during Ramadan should be targeted at ensuring peace, cordial and harmonious relationships among the people.
The Monarch said that such harmonious relationships should always be promoted to enhance peaceful coexistence as well as strengthen unity and the progress of Gudi Emirate, Yobe State, and the country at large.
He used the forum to appeal to wealthy Nigerians to assist the less privileged in the society with food items and money so that they would be able to observe Ramadan with less stress.
He also added that Prophet Muhammad preached peace, love and unity and as true followers of Islam, we are to emulate it so that we can enjoy blessings of God here and in eternity.