On the lips of the Kogi born singer cum Chief Executive Officer (CEO)of Money Matter Gang,(MMG) music record label,Yahaya Abdullahi popularly known as Young Tizee is nothing but the words of peace, caution, and tolerance to ensure stable polity and unity as Muslims celebrate Eid-el-Kabir tomorrow.
In a statement signed by himself and made available to journalist in Zaria,on Monday, said “This occasion calls for sober reflection, prayers, and actions that will address Nigeria’s myriad of challenges especially the flickering flames of insecurity.
He also call on our Muslim brothers and sisters to use the occasion of Eid-el-Kabir to pray for the peace and well-being of our nation. There is the need to reflect on and imbibe the exemplary legacies of the Prophet Mohammed, especially his life of love, forgiveness, and sacrifice.
“I do believe this Eid-el-Kabir has come at a time of great challenges, both economic and social, challenges that threaten our common bond and values that hold us together. It therefore offers us a great opportunity for deep reflection and rededication of our lives.”
Wire de wire crooner noted that the country “is passing through a very difficult phase occasioned by a scary security situation never seen before but with a prayer of Nigerians and honest application of laws by her leaders this shall pass and we shall return to the path of peace and sustained economic development.”
Young tizze urge Muslims and indeed all Nigerians to be reminded that we have no other nation to call ours beside Nigeria hence the need for all well-meaning Nigerians to be patriotic and support the fight against insurgency, kidnapping and all forms of insecurity and criminality bedevilling Nigeria.
“It is my hope and prayers that the challenges of our nation will very soon be a thing of the past as Nigerians renew their commitment to God at this trying moment. We call on the government to do everything to rightly curb criminality in the nation through more technologically based surveillance and prompt action against violence in any disguise.”