Ramadan Kareem: Duke Extends Heartfelt Wishes to the Muslims in Calabar and C/River

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Rt. Hon. Orok Duke, the Commissioner representing Cross River at the board of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) and former Speaker of the Cross River State House of Assembly, extends warm and heartfelt wishes of Ramadan Kareem to the Muslim community in Calabar and across Cross River State.

As the holy month of Ramadan begins, Rt. Hon. Orok Duke acknowledges the significance of this period of fasting, prayer, reflection, and community. Ramadan is a time of spiritual growth, compassion, and unity, where individuals come together to deepen their connection with Allah and express solidarity with those less fortunate.

In his message, Rt. Hon. Orok Duke expresses profound respect for the values of Ramadan and commends the Muslim community for their commitment to faith, self-discipline, and charity during this sacred month.

He states, “May this Ramadan bring you peace, joy, and spiritual fulfillment. As you embark on this journey of fasting and reflection, may your prayers be answered, and your hearts be filled with gratitude and kindness. Ramadan Kareem to you and your loved ones.”

Rt. Hon. Duke emphasizes the importance of fostering understanding, tolerance, and harmony among the diverse religious communities in Calabar and Cross River. He encourages everyone to use this occasion to strengthen the bonds of unity that make our society rich and vibrant.

The Commissioner reassures the Muslim community of his continued commitment to promoting inclusivity, understanding, and cooperation among all residents of Cross River. He remains dedicated to working together for the development and progress of the state.