Chief Executive Officer of Monimichelle, Ebi Egbe has called on the Muslim faithful to pray for the unity of Nigeria while promoting the spirit of love and peace especially in this season of Eid-El Kabir celebration.
Egbe while wishing Muslims well urged them to pray for Nigeria to continue to excel in sports, especially during the forthcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympics scheduled starts this weekend with Team Nigeria participating.
Egbe noted that Nigeria need prayers to achieve success in sports a sector that has continued to unite the country.
“It is only when it comes to sports that nobody cares where anybody comes from. In sports, we speak one language as Nigerians, I want us to imbibe this spirit of togetherness more this Sallah season,” Egbe stated.
Egbe stressed that Nigerians should use the Eid-el-Kabir celebration to learn the lessons of sacrifice, love and tolerance preached during the celebration.
Muslim faithful in Nigeria and across the world has been celebrating Eid-el-Kabir which is the willingness of Ibrahim to follow God’s command to sacrifice his son.
Recall that the sports facilities expert, had earlier charged the nation’s football stakeholders to rally round Nigeria’s FIFA Council member Amaju Pinnick to remain as president of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).
Egbe made the appeal in a release, noting that Pinnick who remains the only NFF president that has won a second term in office ought to retain his position in the world’s soccer decision-making body, FIFA.
The Bayelsa born FIFA Match Agent, went further to explain that administering football and other sports is quite different from partisan politics where one takes a bow after two terms.
Egbe said: “In International football, there is no provision that says that one must do two terms and quit. In the case of Pinnick, we must thank God that he has succeeded in finding his way into FIFA and to fully benefit from it, we need to make him remain at the Abuja Glass House of NFF.”