As part of effort towards promoting peace and harmony among different faith base organization in northern Nigeria, a Muslim scholar, Sheick Ibrahim yakub elzazzaky the national president of Islamic movement of Nigeria has distributed over 50 bags of food stuffs to Christian widows, orphans and other needy at various communities in southern part of kaduna in order to assist them with food to eat and to strengthen them towards embarking on cealess prayers for almighty God to bring an end to the insecurity challenged bedevilling peace stability in the country.
This according to him is part of his annual food distribution to millions of Nigerians that are facing increasing high cost of food stuff in the country.
In his messages, he said this part his annual Ramadan gifts to both Muslims and Christians so as to pray for peace in the nation.
The food distribution which started since last weekend to many Muslims communities has now been extended to Christian communities in the southern part of the states which is aimed at helping the needy on a critical situation .
(Many more food stuffs would be distributed to both Muslims and Christians in this holy month of Ramadan).
Receiving the food items at his residence, pastor yohanna buru, the general overseer of Christ evangelical and life intervention ministry expressed delight and thanks sheick Ibrahim elzazzaky for the king gesture of remembering the poor Christian amids of high cost of food stuffs in the markets.
Buru note, most Christians are about to finish their 40 days fasting which they are going to used it for the ester celebrations
According to him this is not the first time the sheick is sending food items to many Christians in the southern part of the country with the aims of strengthening peaceful coexistence between Christians and Muslims relationship in the region.
While stressing that this would promote peace and unity among Nigerians.
Buru said, the Ramadan food distribution would be extended to kaduna journalists with the aims of strengthening them towards practicing their Nobel profession