The governor asked Nigerians to embrace peaceful co-existence exemplified in brotherliness.
Mr Ganduje warned that his government would not condone acts that could result in loss of lives and property during the Eid-el-Kabir celebration.
A check at some motor parks in Kaduna revealed low vehicular activities with few passengers waiting for vehicles to be filled up.
Some governors in Nigeria’s northern region have urged citizens to have faith in God amid the insecurity and economic crisis in the country.
IPMAN president said the body was working with the federal government to resolve fuel scarcity.
IPAC chairman in the state, Olusegun Mobolaji, said that the state should not lose guard during the celebration.
The president stressed that “if we are putting the teachings of our religions into practice, most of the evils afflicting our society would have been solved.”
“I am quite aware of the difficulties people are facing and working to resolve them,” the president said.
The Edo CP charged officers of the command to intensify patrol, stop and search, raids of black spots, and other anti-crime strategies.
The corps said that the deployment became necessary to supervise the mass movement of people across the state during the period.