June 28 is for the Muslim faithful to gather and celebrate the happiness from God (Allah). Overcoming suffering and temptations during the tap times of economic crisis, that’s a great moment in Islamic religion
It is a moment of forgiveness, repentance, prayers, reconciliation and sharing with the needy in Muslims’ lives.
If today’s celebration can teach us and our leaders about a change in hearts, deeds, and for those who wrong others, this month ask them to quit their acts and those who do the right things should double it to bring peace and co-existence, more especially Islamic countries that are at war, like Sudan.
Remember, what Prophet Mohamed has done to your life, revealing himself in your life, in very many different ways.
This day, Muslims should continue to pray for South Sudan, and Sudan, so that our leaders change their hearts to address the issues affecting these countries and bring total peace.
More prayers are also needed for those going through hardship, especially the poor, the blind and those who lost their beloved ones, to regain hope in doing something positive to support their families.
For those with plenty, if you have not yet shared with the needy, still after the celebration, you may be able to extend your support, and for those who want to support but have nothing, God is great, one day you will be able.
At this moment, it is hard to tell, families who are going through hardship, suffering from hunger, shelter and trauma, which are hard to solve due to the economic situation in the countries affected by war.
For those who will be traveling to see their families abroad for Eid Al Adha holiday celebrations, take care of yourself and your loved ones and stay safe and return safely. Remember South Sudan in your daily prayer, so that this country remains a home for the living and for those who will celebrate here.
Well, those other ones who drink should drink carefully. Be your security. Nobody cares for your life; otherwise, you will end up in prison, in Hospitals or even die while celebrating your Eid.
The country still loves you more especially the youth, you are the future leaders of this country, do not be influenced by some activities that can end your life so soon such activities are not yours.
I take this opportunity to wish our leaders, No.1 Citizen Daily Newspaper readers online, offline and the entire South Sudanese within and in diaspora a happy Eid al Adha day celebration.
We hope for the best in our country as peace implementation will be moving in good faith, in the Hearts of our political leaders as we continue to pray.
God Bless South Sudan
Be right there!!