Good Governance
                                           Thursday, 1 June 2023 | 12 Dhul Qadah 1444 AH
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Islamic sources spell out the qualities, duties and responsibilities of a good leader. Politicians and leaders all have a duty to be God-fearing and take to heart the words of the oath of their offices, and the actions expected of them to secure and develop the country. One day, each one of them will stand before God and account for every word and action, and this is irrespective of whether they believe so or not. The great lessons here are to help them navigate their ways through the challenges of their time in office.
Due to the situation of the people of Nigeria, the hopes of Nigerians are high. As we pray to Allah to guide the incoming government of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, GCFR, and Vice-President Kashim Shettima, GCON, to the best thoughts and actions, to lead with discipline, integrity, courage and wisdom, we pray for a nation that will restore the hopes and aspirations of the downtrodden. Let the work begin.
May God bless Nigeria.
MPAC, Nigeria


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