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Can Eid al Fitr bring change and unity to leaders? 

The month of April holds great significance in the lives of Muslims, as it marks the observance of Eid al-Fitr. This year, it traversed from March 10th to April 10th symbolizing Prophet Muhammad’s prayers, spiritual enlightenment, and resilience in the face of challenges throughout his life on Earth.

The 30-day fasting is a great moment in the Islamic religion, especially in the Muslim Mosques is more remembered. It is a month of forgiveness, repentance, prayers, reconciliation, and sharing with the needy in Muslims’ lives. Also, this month is teaching us how we can change our deeds, and for those who are doing wrong things, this month asks them to live and those who do the right things should double.

Remember what Mohamed has done to us, revealing himself in your life in many different ways, we should continue to pray for this country South Sudan so that the heart of our leaders changes from corruption, address the issues of this country, and bring total peace to this country. Also pray for those going through hardship, more especially the poor, the blind, and those who lost their loved ones to regain their hope in doing something positive to support their families. For those with plenty, if you have not yet shared with the needy, still there is time, and you can be able to extend your support to those who want to support but have nothing.

God is great, one day you will be able to get what you want. At this moment, it is hard to tell, some families are going through hardships, suffering from hunger, or shelter trauma which is hard to solve.

For those who will be traveling to see their families abroad for the Eid al Fitr holiday celebrations, take care of yourself and your loved ones, stay safe, and return safely. Remember to pray for South Sudan in your daily prayers so that South Sudan remains a home to living and for those who will be with us here in South Sudan, celebrate well especially those who are Drinking should drink carefully and be your security. Nobody cares for your life otherwise you will end up in prison and 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, so 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, and offline and the entire South Sudanese within and in diaspora a happy Eid day celebration.

We hope for the best in our country as the peace implementation will be moving in good faith in the Hearts of our politicians as we continue to pray.

God Bless South Sudan

Be right there!!


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