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Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Adamawa Holds Special Juma’at Prayers For Fallen Heroes

In commemoration of 2024 Armed Forces Remembrance Day, Adamawa State holds a special Juma’at prayers for fallen heroes at the Nigeria Airforce Base, 103 Strike Group, Yola.

At the event, the state Government said it will continue to support the Nigeria Armed forces in its efforts to safeguard the territorial integrity of Nigeria.

The State Governor, Rt. Hon. Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri stated this while speaking to newsmen after observing the special Friday prayers.

Fintiri who was represented by the State Head of Service, Pharmacist Isa Shehu Ardo said the government has appreciated the efforts of the Nigerian Armed forces to securing the country, emphasizing that their efforts have contributed immensely to attaining peace and stability both within and outside the country.

While calling on the citizenry to cooperate with security agencies at all times, Governor Fintiri assured the Nigeria Armed Forces of the government’s support at all times.

He therefore prayed for the souls of the fallen heroes and consoled with their families as well, stating that their efforts were not in vain as the country now enjoyed the peace and stability they fought for.

Earlier in his sermon, the Chief Iman of the  Nigeria Air Force 103 Strike Base  Jumma’at Mosque, Flight Leutenant Sadiq Abdullahi said the security welfare must be prioritized  in order to enable them put in their best.

He urged the state residents to always cooperate with security personnel especially those at the checking points.

The Chief Imam called on all to pray for fallen heroes who have sacrificed their lives in protecting the nation as well as those in active service ensuring the peace and security of the people of the state and the country at large.

He equally prayed for the Fintiri led administration  in its continued efforts to ensure that there’s peace and security in the state.

SAHEL REPORTERS.

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