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Maulud: MMPN urges Nigerians to emulate Prophet’s good conducts

A Maulud Nabiyy message issued by the associaton’s chairman, Alhaji Abdur-Rahman Balogun, urged all Muslims and non-Muslims alike that the only solution to the various…

A Maulud Nabiyy message issued by the associaton’s chairman, Alhaji Abdur-Rahman Balogun, urged all Muslims and non-Muslims alike that the only solution to the various challenges being faced in the country was the return to God and emulate the good conduct of the Prophet.
“Though Prophet Muhammad was not a god; neither was he a ‘mere’ man. He was, precisely, a man, the norm and exemplar of the human state. His greatness lies in his servanthood; his exaltation as the last prophet of this cycle lies in his willingness to be like a blank piece of paper before the Divine Pen.
“Prophet Muhammad was a religious, political and military leader who founded the religion of Islam as a historical phenomenon. Muslims view him not as the creator of a new religion, but as the restorer of the original, uncorrupted monotheistic faith of Adam, Abraham and others.
“In Muslim tradition, Muhammad is viewed as the last and the greatest in a series of prophets – as the man closest to perfection, the possessor of all virtues,’’ MMPN stated in the statement.
MMPN, therefore, urged Muslims to be tolerant and peaceful, imploring them to desist from acts that could undermine the security of the nation by following the traditions and teachings of the Prophet of Islam which encourages co-existence with non-Muslims.
On the forthcomings general elections, the Muslim Media implored all to elect credible leaders who would fulfill their electoral promises to the benefit of all Nigerians.
It advised all Nigerians to pray for peaceful conduct of 2015 general elections and emergence of good leaders that would usher in a prosperous country in the comity of nations.

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