Kwara monarch urges pilgrims to pray for global peace, harmony
The Emir of Ilorin, Alhaji Ibrahim Sulu-Gambari has urged Nigerians pilgrims performing 2023 Hajj exercise in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to pray for global peace and harmony.
The Kwara Emir made the urge in his goodwill message to the pilgrims in a statement signed by his spokesman, Malam AbdulAzeez Arowona.
He also called on the pilgrims to be a good ambassadors of the country by conducting themselves in most peaceful manner even just as he told them to use the opportunity of their stay in the holy lands of Makkah and Madina to move closer to the Almighty God.
Sulu-Gambari, who expressed his gratitutde to God for His numerous blessings on the people of Ilorin Emirate, the people of Kwara State and Nigerians at large, said, “While in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, you are expected to pray for global peace and harmony.”
“I want to use this moment to thank Almighty Allah and to also urge our pilgrims to pray for peace and unity of Nigeria, most importantly; the newly inaugurated government both at the federal and state levels.
“I also enjoin pilgrims from Ilorin Emirate and beyond to be good ambassadors of our dear country by conducting themselves in the most peaceful manner throughout their stay in the holy cities of Madina and Makkah in order to get the maximum rewards for their spiritual engagements,” Sulu-Gambari added.