Muslims advised to offer voluntary prayers

The Deputy Chief Imam of Ambassador Dahiru Waziri Jumma'at Mosque Yola, Ustaz Muhammad Bello Bapetel has advised Muslims to offer voluntary prayers at night to enable them attain Allah's forgiveness and blessings among others.
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By Abdulaziz Abubakar Damare

The Deputy Chief Imam of Ambassador Dahiru Waziri Jumma’at Mosque Yola, Ustaz Muhammad Bello Bapetel has advised Muslims to offer voluntary prayers at night to enable them attain Allah’s forgiveness and blessings among others.

The Imam who gave the advice in his Friday sermon, said offering non obligatory prayers especially in the late hours of the night is full of blessings.

He maintain that Allah is please with those who worship him sincerely and respond to their request both in this world and the hereafter.

Imam Bapetel urged Muslims to use part of their wealth to assist the poor as well as in the propagation of Islam.

The cleric reminded Muslims to prepare good life for themselves in the hereafter by avoiding unlawful acts and worshipping him based on the holy Qur’an and the traditions of the prophet.

Special prayers were offered for peaceful coexistence in Adamawa and Nigeria in general.

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