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Thursday, September 08, 2016

Eid-el-Kabir: FG declares September 12, 13 public holidays

The Federal Government has declared Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 12 and Sept.13 as public holidays to mark the Eid-el-Kabir.





The Minister of Interior, Retired Lt.-Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazau, made the declaration on behalf of the Federal Government in a statement signed by the acting Permanent Secretary in the ministry, Muhammadu Maccido.


He enjoined all Muslims and Nigerians in general to support and join hands with President Muhammadu Buhari in his sustained efforts to diversify the economy and progressively accelerate the pace of economic recovery.

The minister said that government was aware of the current economic challenges the nation was facing. He assured that that appropriate steps were being taken to address the challenges.
The minister said that the Federal Government was working to revitalise the agriculture sector and the “Youth Empowerment Scheme” in Information and Communication Technology (ICT).

He said that other areas of priority to government included the “The “Change Begins with Me”, a value re-orientation programme, and other social intervention programmes as well as massive capital releases.
Dambazau expressed optimism that the current economic difficulties would soon be over, urging all to continue to support the government toward building a new formidable Nigeria.

He wished all Nigerians a happy Eid-el-Kabir celebration.


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*Muslim BV's please get my Ram ready oooooh.


24 comments:

  1. i can't wait to rest during this public holiday, i have alot of work to do, am dancing already cos of the break.

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  2. Stell *CHANGE* no make them buy Ram

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  3. Nice time for family bonding. Stella gudumon *in my granny's voice*

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  4. My own holidays start today. Enjoying the bed jare.

    Congrats to our Muslim brothers and sisters. Make una invite me. I need that una Jollof rice and ram

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  5. Happy celebrations to those celebrating and holiday to those that will be @ home. Wish I was off duty on those days. #wishfulthinking#

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  6. Yaaah!

    Na me this holiday sweet pass!
    Heard it on the radio this morning on my way to school drop-off and just laid back and silently thanked God!
    And begged Him to let my kids sleep till its at least 9am. (Wishful thinking) LOL

    Dunno about other moms but mine,wake them up for school and they complain and cry this funny cry that makes me just stand by their bed and SMH.
    Cos I don't understand it! They go to bed early,6:45 latest and they sleep through the night Ofcourse,and I am waking them up and they are making excuses. Lol
    But when it's weekends and public holidays,these same kids are up waayyyy before their school wake-up time. And All by themselves. LOL

    Looking forward to eating Dat very nice Ram suya.
    Happy Eid-el-kabir Muslim Bvs!

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  7. Happy and safe Eid-el-kabir celebration to Every Muslim.

    Stella, I'll be incharge of collecting the rams meant for SDK blog.
    I'm trustworthy
    *scratches beards*

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    1. Hahah.....The busses and vans na for people wer dey do Adverts. E too expensive to use pack rams.

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  8. Ok. Wishing all Muslim brethrens a happy eid

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  9. Holiday starts from Friday o!!! Election and Salah!!!



    They shouldn't dare postpone the election o. Ah!

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  10. I do enjoy this break before change. As it is, my neighbours never buy ram, kai, hope we go chop nii.

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  11. no free days for me oooh, i work even on Christmas day.
    *sad face*



    *hangs leg on the window*

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  12. Happy sallah to all Muslim bvs. FG please shift school resumption date to 19th. I need the extra one week.

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  13. I can't wait for this holiday, Happy eldi kabir to all my Muslims brother

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