Some National Assembly members have called on Nigerians to remain committed to the unity and progress of the country.
The lawmakers made the call in separate Sallah messages made available to reporters in Ibadan.
Sen. Abdulfatai Buhari(APC-Oyo North) urged Nigerians to be honest and remain committed to the progress of the nation.
Buhari, who is the Chairman of the Senate Committee on ICT and Cybercrime, said the myriad of problems militating against the country’s growth would only be solved if the people remained dedicated to the Nigerian project
“Obviously, we need God’s intervention, but we also need to demonstrate our readiness to move Nigeria forward.
“ Nigeria is a project that must not fail and this can only be achieved with our hard work, dedication and prayer,” he said.
He congratulated Muslims on the occasion of the Eid-el- Kabir celebration and reaffirmed his continuous commitment to the development of his constituency.
Rep. Abiodun Olasupo(ADC-Iseyin/Itesiwaju/Kajola/Iwajowa) urged Muslims to pray fervently for the progress and unity of Nigeria as well as its leaders.
Olasupo, who is the Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Legislative Compliance, also called on the people to be faithful to God and be steadfast in faith.
He urged them to imbibe the lessons of sacrifice, faith and total obedience to the will of God as demonstrated by Prophet Ibrahim.
Also speaking, Prof. Gbemiga Adewale, the Provost of Oyo State College of Agriculture and Technology, Igboora, felicitated with Muslims across the world on the occasion of the Sallah celebration.
Adewale, in a statement, called on Muslims to continue demonstrating faith and love as exhibited by Prophet Ibrahim.
He admonished them not to relent in their prayers for the nation.