1 Year Anniversary: Muslim Community Offers Special Prayers For Gov Kefas 

By Sani Yarima 

The Muslim community in Taraba State held a special prayer session to mark Governor Agbu Kefas’ one year in office.

The prayers took place at the Government House Juma’at Masjid and were led by the Special Adviser to the Governor on Islamic Religious Matters, Malam Husseini Isma’il. 

The prayer session was attended by a diverse group, including religious and non-religious organizations such as the Muslim Council, the Taraba State Forum of Islamic Preachers, the Traders Association, and the Tailors Association of Nigeria, among others.

During the prayers, the Muslim Ummah lauded Governor Agbu Kefas for his exceptional leadership qualities and unwavering dedication to the progress of the state. 

Islamic scholars from various sections also spoke highly of Dr. Kefas’s exceptional leadership and his commitment to driving progress in the state. 

They expressed gratitude to the Governor for his efforts in ensuring peace and security, as well as inclusiveness, and prayed for continued success and Allah’s guidance in his leadership journey.

The Special Adviser to Governor Agbu Kefas on Islamic Religious Matters, Malam Husseini Isma’il, highlighted some of the achievements recorded within the Governor’s one year in office, including free education, reviewed school fees for tertiary institutions, expansion of Kashimbila International Airport, restructuring and expansion of the Danbaba Suntai Airport in Jalingo, and the enrollment of 1,000 retired LG staff into the pension scheme, among others.

Malam Husseini Isma’il also emphasized the impact of Governor Agbu Kefas’s leadership, describing it as commendable. 

He announced that the Muslim Ummah emphasized the possibility of progress and achieving greater heights together as the people of Taraba State. 

He closed with prayers for the Governor’s success and prosperity.

Additionally, a former Commissioner in the state and Chairman of the Kefas Palliative Committee, Alhaji Sale Sa’ad, prayed for Allah to grant Dr. Kefas more strength and wisdom to continue with the good work of transforming the state and improving the livelihood of the people.

The Special prayers were attended by the Deputy Governor, Alhaji Aminu Abdullahi Alkali, the Special Adviser to the Governor on Political Matters, the ALGON Chairman and Jalingo LGC Chairman, Alhaji Aminu Jauro Hassan, the state Commissioner of Science and Technology, Alhaji Muslim, and the former Chairman of the Jalingo LGC, Alhaji Nasiru Bobboji, among many others.

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