Hon. Abin Bio Felicitates With Constituents, Calls For More Prayers
The House of Representatives member representing Baruten/Kaiama Federal Constituency, Hon. Mohammed Omar Bio, felicitates with Muslim brothers and sisters in his constituency as they join other Muslims across the globe to celebrate this year's feast of sacrifice (Eid-El-Kabir), urges them to pray more for the country and for the political/traditional leaders.
In a press statement signed by his media aide and released to Kwara Reporters on Saturday, August 10th, 2019, Hon. Bio said, "while rejoicing the feast of Eid-El-Kabir, it is necessarily obligatory to pray more and more for Nigeria as well as political and traditional leaders for a greater Nigeria".
Hon. Bio said "the occasion called for celebration and prayers for the country and the leaders and emphasized on virtues of love, humanity, peace and sacrifice as exemplified by the Holy Prophet Mohammed(PBUH)".
He said "love, sacrifice, obedience, tolerance and fulfilment of promise as evinced in the relationship between Prophet Ibrahim (AS), his son, Ismail, and Allah, should remained the cardinal standpoint of both the leaders and followers at all levels".
Hon. Bio further said, "as our state (Kwara) and our constituency (Baruten/Kaiama) journeys to greatness, we must all jettison ideas or policies that tend to further divide us and jeopardize our journey to the much anticipated greatness".
"On my part as the representative at the National Assembly, I will continue to count on your support to pursue people-oriented projects that will be beneficial to you and to also ensure that there is adequate peace, security and dividends of democracy across the entire constituency as well as improve the living conditions of my people", Bio said.
"Individually and collectively, it is imperative that we constantly submit ourselves to the will of God and pray for His guidance and divine direction in giving the leaders the right ideas for a greater constituency, state, and country and to overcome our prevailing challenges," he concluded.