Eid: Yahyah Seriki greets Muslims, mourns passing of Justice Belgore

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Ambassador AbdulFatai Yahaya Seriki-Gambari, CEO of Kursi Investment, philanthropist, and seasoned politician, has conveyed warm Eid greetings to Muslim faithfuls, urging them to uphold the spirit of holiness that Ramadan instilled.

In a statement released by his media team, Ambassador Seriki-Gambari emphasized the importance of continuing the virtues of Ramadan beyond the holy month.

He urged Muslim faithfuls to maintain their devotion to righteousness and spirituality, fostering a sense of peace and unity in society.

Quoting from the statement, “As we celebrate Eid, let us remember that the spirit of Ramadan should guide our actions and interactions beyond this blessed month. May we continue to embrace love, forgiveness, and compassion in our daily lives, enriching our communities with the values of Islam.”

Additionally, Ambassador Yahaya Seriki-Gambari took to social media to mourn the passing of Justice Ahmad Olanrewaju Belgore, expressing profound sadness at the loss of an icon in Ilorin.

He extended condolences to Belgore’s family and the entire Ilorin community, recognizing the late jurist’s invaluable contributions to the legal profession and community development.

Moreover, Ambassador Seriki-Gambari sent warm regards to the Emir of Ilorin, praying for his long life and continued leadership.

He emphasized the importance of fostering love and unity beyond political affiliations, urging Nigerians to pray for the country’s leadership, particularly during economic challenges.

In his social media posts, Ambassador Seriki-Gambari commended Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq of Kwara State for his selfless dedication to the state’s progress and development.

Ambassador AbdulFatai Yahaya Seriki-Gambari concluded by calling for unity, compassion, and continued prayers for Nigeria’s leadership amid challenging times.

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