Emir directs Imams to pray for rainfall, peace
The Emir of Karaye in Kano State, Ibrahim Abubakar II, has directed Imams in the emirate to offer special prayers for rainfall and peace.
The Emir directed all District and Village Heads to liaise with clerics in organising such prayers in their respective areas.
“You should dwell on praying to the Almighty Allah to provide us with rainfall to have bumper harvests and peace in the area,” he said.
The Emir also called on the clerics to pray to Allah to bring an end to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Mr Abubakar II urged traditional rulers to continue to be vigilant and report any suspicious movement of people, especially new faces, for prompt action.
He also urged them to remain committed to ensuring improvement in enrolment of children in schools in their areas.
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