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Holiday bazaar as FG declares Thursday additional work free day to celebrate Eid-El-Fitr

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The Federal Government has declared Thursday, April 11, 2024, as additional public holiday to commemorate Eid-El-Fitr.

This was made known in a statement signed by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Interior, Dr Aishetu Ndayako, shared on the ministry’s X account on Tuesday morning.

“The Federal Government has approved Thursday, April 11, 2024 as an additional public holiday to celebrate this year’s Eid -El-Fitr.

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“The Minister of Interior, Dr Olubunmi Tunji-Ojo, while congratulating the Muslim Ummah for a successful completion of a month of spiritual rejuvenation, reiterates President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s firm commitment to providing a safe and prosperous Nigeria for all to thrive”, the statement said.

It would be recalled that the Federal Government had earlier Sunday declared Tuesday and Wednesday, April 9 and 10, 2024, as public holidays to mark the Eid-el-Fitr celebration.

 

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  1. Mickykarim

    April 9, 2024 at 8:54 pm

    Holiday bazar how.

    NOT REALLY!

    The moon has been there all the time, CONSTANT for whoever can see. Therefore, when should he have ended the Ramadan fast?

    Just only when the tin god man wish he was God and would rather want a share of the GLORY of the Almighty God.

    The Muslim world now in confusion mode because they cannot sight the moon that God had clearly given to the betterment of mankind. They look up to the sky for signs to end the Ramadan fast and cannot see what is clearly visible.

    https://mickykarim.blog/2024/04/09/when-god-pass-through-the-land/

    SIGHTING THE MOON LIKE IN THE TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE OF 2024 DID GOD PUNCTUATED THE FOOLISHNESS OF MAN

    Only when man stop playing God shall we see him in his full majestic awesomeness!

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