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  • Updated: May 11, 2024

Sultan urges Muslims to build mosques, says it paves way to paradise

Sultan urges Muslims to build mosques, says it paves way to

The Sultan of Sokoto, Sa’ad Abubakar III, has encouraged Muslims to actively participate in the construction of mosques and to continually contribute to the advancement of Islam. 

He emphasized that such efforts would promote unity, peace, and progress within the Muslim community and the nation at large. 

Speaking during the official inauguration of the Sulaiman Muhammad Juma’at Mosque in Argungu, Argungu Local Government Area of Kebbi, on Friday, the Sultan highlighted the importance of supporting Islam in any capacity, stressing that even the smallest contributions are valuable. 

He urged Muslims to offer their support sincerely for the sake of Allah.

“Anyone who builds a mosque for prayers has established a road to paradise; I encourage every one of us to emulate this gigantic gesture,” he urged.

Abubakar said Islam was known as a peaceful religion, advising that clerics should continue to preach and propagate peace and unity in their respective communities and in the entire nation.

The mosque was constructed by the national organising secretary of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Suleiman Argungu.

Governor Nasir Idris of Kebbi, APC national chairman and former governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Umar-Ganduje, and other national party officials attended the commissioning. 

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