IFTAR: Senator Asuquo Ekpenyong Hosts Muslim Community, Advocates Unity and Peace

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In a gesture of communal harmony and solidarity, Senator Asuquo Ekpenyong welcomed leaders of the Muslim Community in Cross River South to his residence for an Iftar gathering. The event, held in the spirit of Ramadan last week, emphasized the importance of unity and peace in fostering development within the region NEGROIDHAVEN has confirmed.

Senator Ekpenyong’s hospitality extended to a diverse representation of leaders from the Muslim community, with notable figures such as Sarki Alhaji Garba Lawal IV, the Leader of the Hausa/Fulani & Muslim Community in Cross River State, in attendance. The Iftar, a traditional meal marking the breaking of the fast during Ramadan, provided an opportunity for interfaith dialogue and camaraderie.

During the gathering, Senator Ekpenyong delivered a message emphasizing the significance of unity and peaceful coexistence in driving progress and development in Cross River South. His call for solidarity resonated with attendees, who expressed gratitude for the inclusive gesture and reiterated their commitment to fostering harmony within the community.

The event, captured in a photo shared by STANDARD MEDIA, exemplified Senator Ekpenyong’s dedication to promoting diversity and understanding among constituents. As the holy month of Ramadan continues, the senator’s outreach efforts serve as a beacon of hope and cooperation amidst the challenges facing the region.

According to one of the participants, Senator Asuquo Ekpenyong’s hosting of the Muslim Community for Iftar at his residence underscores the importance of fostering unity and peace in Cross River South and the entire state. “Through acts of inclusivity and dialogue, leaders like Senator Ekpenyong pave the way for a more harmonious and prosperous future for all residents, regardless of religious affiliation”, Sarki Alhaji Garba Lawal IV observed.