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Thursday, 8 December 2016

FG Declares Dec 12th As Public Holiday To Mark Eid-El-Maulud Celebration

The Federal Government has declared Monday, December 12 as public holiday to mark the Eid-El Maulud (birth of Prophet Muhammad) celebration.



The Honourable Minister of Interior, Abdulrahman Dambazau, who made the declaration on behalf of the Federal Government, enjoined all Muslim faithful and Nigerians in general to cooperate and join hands with President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, as he works tirelessly to build a strong, united and peaceful nation.

Mr. Dambazau urged all Nigerians to use the occasion to pray for peace across the nation, while calling on all to be patient and supportive of the present administration for the successful implementation of its laudable programmes.

The minister wishes all Nigerians a happy Eid-El Maulud.

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*Can someone explain if this is Sallah?


44 comments:

  1. @Stella, na Mohammed birthday. Remember it fell during Xmas period last year.

    BV Debs, can't wait to have you back on our blog. Lets enter that market on monday, biko. I have been preparing for this holiday since last week.

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    1. Happy Eid-El Maulud to all the Muslims faithful.

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    2. I dnt understand
      Mohammed's birthday falls on different days every year?

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    3. Viva ayam not understanding too o

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  2. Issorait. Muslim brothers and sisters get in here.


    Stella bon nuit. Do have a nice night 😘😘😘

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  3. Maulud.... Will they kill cow?

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  4. stella abeg leave explanation and allow ppl enjoy d holidays

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  5. Oh that's good,it favours only the worker's.

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  6. πŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ’ƒπŸΌ

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  7. Ooooo nawa oo so dem go shit the defence again,after all the preparation smh I wn leave school ooo

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  8. Enter your comment...that one sef dey

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  9. No Stella,dis is not sallah.i tink its d prophet's birthday dats celebrated as moulud hw Jesus own is easter or chrismas anyone.

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  10. Am also waiting for the explanation

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  11. Lol.. Mrs korkus, its not sallah! its maolud (the birth of prophet muhammed) S.A.W

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  13. Stella pls help us call on govt o! Something is going on in port harcourt o! I just left the hospital for the 5th time cos me and my daughter keep getting lungs issue. There is something black in the air that we breath in I don't know what it is but our feet and tiles nose is always black. People are complaining all over ph, we always end up with stuffy nose and sore throut everymorning, my daughter is down with fever and wheezing with dark mucus running out of her nose as I type this now. Pls help push this futher pls before people start dieing of lung wahala or cancer. Pls help Stella

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    1. The air has been contaminated..Something is polluting the air either a leakage from an oil tank or so.

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    2. Why not send a proper mail to Stella.You can as well snap the picture evidence and attach!

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    3. So true @anony, my Friend ranted on facebook yesterday about it.
      I never really notice cos been indoors. Will observe today.
      God help us.

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  14. yinmu, there is no place in d Quran that it is stated that the prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h) celebrated his birthday, this act is an innovation, which is bidd'ah. No hadith, sunnah, or Quran proof to back eid maulud. Even d sahabas ( followers of d prophet) were never reported to have celebrated it. may God lead us to d straight path.

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  15. Nice one. I hope my boss will give us this one cos she likes saying Nigerians like holidays a lot. Like she isn't one, lol.

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  16. Really, i need rest self abeg

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  17. happy eid-el mahlad to all my Muslim brothers and sisters..

    Eid-El-Maulud is the birth of prophet Muhammad (s.a.w) i.e Prophet's Birthday....


    hidee(I.D)

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  18. I am not understanding,the Muslims already celebrated their 2 sallah occasions.odun kekere and odun nla..... December month is for Christians to celebrate Xmas,the birth of our LORD JESUS Christ,why drag this month with us naa????

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  20. Hian! When did this one start Mshewww

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  21. That's good,reporting live from complete restoration program, trying to get some sleep.my God ordained miracle DAT has my name tag has been delivered unto me,I am singing a new song IJN.Stella u must enjoy me.

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  22. I can now comment

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  23. House welcome me as first timer I b. Q&B, ideato, Mrs Romans,James aka peace maker, my therapist dopp and Co I dey hail. Mrs Korkos I dey feel you

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  24. No... this one is like a Muslim "Christmas"

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  25. Teema, how can jesus birthday be easter?

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  26. Teema, how can jesus birthday be easter??

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  27. Teema, how can jesus birthday be easter??

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  28. it all boils down to a long and amazing weekend...

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  29. Must everything be in the Quran? Can't Muslims decide to honor their prophet by celebrating his birthday without it being in the Quran? Extremist bookie Lee, abeg carry your sko sko go front and allow us enjoy the holiday. Even as a christian, I enjoy Muslim holidays

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