Cleric Advises Nigerians To Live Good Legacies – Nigeria News June 11, 2022 – NNN NEWS NIGERIA

NNN: A frontline Islamic Preacher in the llorin Emirate of Kwara, Shaikh Suleiman Dan-Bornu, has advised Nigerians to cultivate the habit of good legacies for posterity to emulate and get reward from God.
The Cleric gave the admonition in llorin, the Kwara capital, on Saturday while delivering a sermon at a Fidahu for the repose of the soul of a Cleric and former lecturer at the Bayero University, Kano, Dr SbdulHamid Shuaib-Agaka.
The Cleric, in his thought-provoking lecture, noted that anybody crested by God regardless of his or her position in life who dies without a good legacies to be remembered for dies forever.

Suleiman-DanBornu described death as inevitable for all human beings and advised Nigerians to further intensify on good deeds to be rewarded by God during the day of accountability.
“Any good legacies left behind by the dead, no matter how highly placed during life time, will continue to be added advantage for them after death,” he said.
He urged those in positions of authority and well-meaning individuals to always assist the less privileged in the society as a way of eliminating poverty.
The Cleric described the late Dr Abdul-Hamid Shuaib-Agaka as an erudite lslamic scholar who instilled good moral and lslamic and western education in thousands of people from various parts of the country and beyond.
He prayed God to grant Shuaib-Agaka eternal rest, forgive him his shortcomings and give his family the fortitude to bear the loss.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Fidahu which was led by the Chief lmam of llorin, Alhaji Mohammed Bashir, featured recitations of several portions from the glorious Quran.
The prayer was attended by several eminent lslamic scholars and personalities from all walks of life, including the representative of the Emir of llorin, Alhaji lbrahim Sulu-Gambari.
The late Shuaib-Agaka was born into the family of Imam Shuaib Said, a renowned Quranic teacher and Islamic leader in Agaka, a community with close proximity to the Emir’s Palace and the Central Mosque in Ilorin Emirate.
Shuaib-Agaka died on Saturday, June 4, at the age of 78.

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