Several dignitaries, including the head of state, President Uhuru Kenyatta, have joined Muslims throughout the globe in commemorating Eid-Ul-Eid, which is known as the most compassionate and generous of all Islamic holidays. The celebration includes a number of pledges from Kenyatta.
In his inaugural address, President Uhuru Kenyatta said that Muslims have revered Allah and that it is past time for us to follow in their footsteps in order for peace to reign in our nation.
Although the Holy Month of Ramadhan has come to a close, I encourage all Muslims to continue to pray for the nation as we approach the next presidential election. Please keep in mind that we are one people and that we should continue to urge one another to contribute to peace and harmony among us," Uhuru Kenyatta stated in his speech.
God, according to President Uhuru Kenyatta, is going to stay in the hearts of people and fulfill their aspirations, as well as answer their prayers, while also bringing them peace, health, and joy throughout this last month of Ramadan.
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