Insecurity, flooding: Kebbi women offer 3-day prayers to seek divine intervention

Insecurity, flooding: Kebbi women offer 3-day prayers to seek divine intervention

- As insecurity continues in their states, Kebbi women have gone before God to seek his intervention

- The prayer for the state was carried out by Muslim Women

- Specifically, they are praying against flood and insecurity

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A three-day joint Quranic recitation and prayers embarked upon by some Women Islamic Groups in Kebbi State to seek divine intervention against flooding and insecurity in the country has been completed.

Mallam Yahaya Sarki, the Special Adviser to Gov. Atiku Bagudu of Kebbi State on Media made this known in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Birnin Kebbi on Friday.

According to him, the Qur’anic recitation and prayers are completed on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020.

Sarki said that the exercise, which was jointly carried out by Muslim Women Organisations was meant to appease God almighty to salvage Kebbi State and Nigeria from natural disasters such as flooding and insecurity.

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He said spiritual acts were conducted by Islamic groups such as Federation of Muslim Women Association of Nigeria (FOMWAN), Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria (MSSN), Women-in-Dawa, JTI, Initiative for Muslim Women in Nigeria (IMWON) and Nasrul-lahi-li Fathom Society of Nigeria (NAFSAT).

Speaking at the occasion, the wife of Kebbi State Governo, Dr Zainab Shinkafi-Bagudu, the convener of the prayers appreciated the efforts of the participating women.

The governor’s wife, who was represented by Special Adviser to the Governor on Women Development, Hajiya Zara’u Abubakar-Wali called on Muslim Ummah to devote themselves to the service of Allah.

In her speech, the Kebbi State Amirah of FOMWAN, Malama Hauwa Abubakar said they embarked on the prayers in consultation with the wife of the State governor as a contribution to national prosperity.

Abubakar said: “When calamities of this nature happened, it is always better to repent and seek forgiveness from almighty Allah, as returning back to Him is the only way out of every calamity.

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“Such recitation and prayers shall continue every week as directed by the wife of His Excellency, Dr Zainab Shinkafi Bagudu, the Khadimatudeen.

“We pray Allah to accept these Ibadat of ours and bring an end to all forms of calamities, disasters and difficulties ravaging the entire nation.”

Insecurity, flooding: Kebbi women offer 3-day prayers to seek divine intervention
Kebbi women are seeking divine intervention over insecurity and flooding. Credit: Sahara Reporters
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Meanwhile, had reported that families in Kano have been affected by flooding which claimed four lives and destroyed over 5,200 houses.

The sad incident happened in Rogo and Danbatta local government areas of the state.

Confirming the incident on Saturday, September 5, Sale Jili, the executive secretary of the Kano State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), said two persons lost their lives and 200 houses were destroyed in Rogo.

He noted that two other persons and over 5,000 houses were destroyed in Danbatta.

Also recall that had reported that lives were lost due to heavy floods in Kebbi state.

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President Muhammadu Buhari, on Wednesday, September 2, reacted to the deaths, saying the floods couldn’t have come at a worse time for farmers and Nigerians who were already looking forward to a bumper harvest this year.

The Nigerian government earlier warned that many states may be wrecked by flood very soon.

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