Cleric Urges Tinubu to Make Life Easier for Nigerians

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The Chief Imam of Alhaja Sideeqat Ahmad Megida Central Mosque, Ikorodu, Lagos State, Nurudeen Abdul-Kadiri, urged the present administration to do everything humanly possible to make life easier for Nigerians.

Kadiri made the plea after slaughtering a ram during the Eid-el-Kabir celebration at the Alhaja Sideeqat Ahmad Megida Central Mosque premises, in Ikorodu.

He urged President Ahmed Tinubu to make compassionate policies that would promote welfare of the masses.

The cleric prayed to God to guide Tinubu aright and pleaded with Nigerians to support him and his administration to achieve the renewed hope mandate.

Written by: Helen Obih

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