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Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Eid-el-Kabir: Glo greets Muslims, describes Prophet Mohammed as symbol of sacrifice


The grandmasters of data, Globacom, has felicitated with the Nigerian Muslim Community as they join their counterparts all over the world to celebrate this year's Eid-el-Kabir.
In a goodwill message issued in Lagos over the weekend, Globacom urged the Muslim faithful to continuously follow the immaculate examples of love, dedication and sacrifice which Prophet Ibraheem exemplified and  use the celebration to pray for the prosperity of the Nigerian economy, promote peace, unity and development of the nation.  
“Globacom felicitates with the Muslim Ummah in Nigeria on the occasion of the Eid-el-Kabir celebration. We urge you all to use this season of charity, peace-making and forgiveness to remember to fend for the poor and the needy in line with Allah’s injunction to be our brother’s keepers,” Globacom said. 

The company also congratulated all Nigerian Muslims who successfully performed the Hajj this year in fulfillment of a key injunction of Islamic faith and appealed to them to remain steadfast and be guided by lessons of commitment, dedication and obedience to higher authority as exemplified by the willingness of Prophet Ibraheem to sacrifice his son in deference to the will of Allah, a supreme act of faith which Eid-el-Kabir glorifies. 
“We call on Muslims to use the occasion to continue to live up to the tenets of their faith through acts of charity, peaceful co-existence with their neighbours and obedience to the injunctions of the Holy Quoran.”Globacom said.
It promised to continue to provide high quality service throughout the Sallah period and beyond, assuring Muslim brothers and sisters on its network of a hitch-free communications experience.
The annual Eid-el-Kabir festival is celebrated worldwide by Muslims and the celebrations start after the Hajj, when the pilgrims to Mecca in Saudi Arabia descend from Mount Arafat and this comes up on  the 10th, 11th and 12th day of the twelfth and the last Islamic month of Dhu al-Hijjah of the lunar Islamic calendar.
The date is approximately 70 days (2 Months & 10 days) after the end of the month of Ramadan.

 

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