Read 20 Pages Daily, Naira Marley Tells Fellow Muslims How to Complete Quran in 30 Days of Ramadan

Read 20 Pages Daily, Naira Marley Tells Fellow Muslims How to Complete Quran in 30 Days of Ramadan

- Rapper Naira Marley has taken to social media with some tips for fellow Muslims

- The rapper explained how they can complete the holy Quran in 30 days of Ramadan

- Many were spotted in the rapper’s comment section with mixed reactions

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Nigerian rapper Azeez Fashola aka Naira Marley has taken to his page on Twitter with a post dedicated to fellow Muslims.

The rapper shared an important tip on how a lot of them can complete the Quran in the holy month of Ramadan within 30 days.

Read 20 Pages Daily, Naira Marley Tells Fellow Muslims How to Complete Quran in 30 Days of Ramadan
Naira Marley shares Ramadan tips with fans. Photo: @nairamarley/@quransayings
Source: Instagram

According to the Soapy crooner, those who want to complete the holy book can do so by reading 20 pages on a daily basis.

He explained further that they should read four pages after every obligatory prayer of the day.

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See his post below:

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Fellow Muslims were spotted in the rapper’s comment section with mixed reactions to his post. Read some comments sighted below:

@yinka wrote:

"Sorry to say this on your timeline, kindly don't play good and bad guy, okay,so many youths are already corrupted by your vibes."

@raihaan wrote:

"Food for thought. Your Islamic tweets have higher likes and Retweets than non-Islamic ones. Don't change only for the month of Ramadan, use Ramadan to change for EVER."

@iam_smithsali wrote:

"I pity those marlians who emulate the self wayward life you show them on TV.. this nigga is such a very responsible human alive.. make una dey mumu dey do marlians, no belt no mannaz.. smh. Ramadan Mubarak."

@Inshiirah wrote:

"Get you a translated Qur’an and read the English text verse by verse after every arabic verse... You will learn a lot..."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that President Buhari shared a message with Muslims in the country in the spirit of the holy month of Ramadan.

The president urged Muslims not to listen to people who want to divide the country. Also, he asked Muslim faithful to show compassion to their fellow humans.

Source: Legit

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