International Music Promoter Advices Nigerian Muslims To Pray For Peace
… urges Buhari to use last ten days to seek for Allah’s guidance over insecurity
By HABEEBAT AJAY
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sultan Music international in Chicago Tunde Seriki has Advised Nigerian Muslims used the holy month of Ramadan to pray for development and peace in the country.
He stated this while donating food items to Muslim community especially to Muslims living in Mushin, isolo, and Ijora Badiya area of Lagos State.
He also reiterated that at Sulike Abiola Quranic school in Abiola way area of Abeokuta and Muslim community in Ifon area in Osun State.
Seriki who has used his Sultan music established about two decades ago to send many musicians including the likes of Wasiu Ayinde, Late Barrister, Shina Akoni, among other notable artists abroad, donated food items which include rice, beans, flours to Muslim communities in these three states.
It would be recalled that Tunde Seriki through his foundation, Tunde Seriki Foundation had during the lockdown provided foods items and money for the masses so as to cushion the effect.
Speaking on the essence of the gesture, Tunde Seriki explained that his foundation is doing this to encourage Muslim communities during ten Ramadan period.
He noted that there is need to support Muslims that are fasting with food items so that they can have rest of mind to pray.
In Addition, the philanthropist urged President Muhammadu Buhari to use the last ten days of Ramadan to seek for Allah’s guidance on how to tackle insecurity in the country.
Seriki who complained that the country is being face with high insecurity challenges charged the president to seek to Allah’s intervention.
“I also want to call on President Muhammadu Buhari to use the last ten days to pray for the country and also to seek the face of Allah so that he can give him insight to know the way out of the insecurity in the country.
“The insecurity wanted to spoil the good name President Buhari built for years. He need to pray seriously during this period to seek for divine intervention.”