Eid-El Kabir: Pelican Boss greets Muslims, Calls For Increased Prayers For Nigerian Leaders

The Chief Executive Officer, Pelican Valley Nigeria Limited, Dr. Babatunde Adeyemo has admonished the Muslim Ummah to imbibe the spirits of godliness, charity, sacrifice, and spiritual intercession for the nation at all times.

He urged that good gestures and acts of kindness should be extended to those who are less privileged in society as an extension of Allah’s Love and benevolence to humanity while such acts should not be restricted only to the festive period,  he admonished countrymen and women to always promote acts that enhance national integration and brotherhood.

The Pelican CEO, an Anti-corruption Ambassadorial made this known during a site foundation laying prayers, organised by Chief Olawale Olaleye Canadian-based subscribers of the Pelican Brief Estate, Kobape, Abeokuta. 

Dr. Adeyemo said Eid-el-Kabir honors the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim to sacrifice his son to show submission to Allah’s command, urging Muslims and Nigerians in extension to extend the noble virtues of piety, perseverance, philanthropy, respect, and love for one another.

Dr. Adeyemo called for increased prayers for an end to the recurring security challenges, and also pray against Political instability in the country.

He, therefore, tasked Muslims and adherents of other faiths to always demonstrate love and understanding towards one another in the quest for a greater and more prosperous Ogun State and Nigeria.

The newest Pelican Brief potential landlord,  chief Olaleye, and his close family associates on the sideline expressed pleasure over the rapid delivery of the Pelican Brief Estate project, and the management's Zeal to complete the first phase of their building construction, in a record time.

Mr. Olaleye, an Egba high chief, is planning a 5-bedroom Masionate with  BQ, swimming pool, and a large green area, most ideal for retirement. 

The building's structural and architectural plans have been duly approved by the Ogun state government.

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