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Happy Sallah Celebration, A moment of blessing for all—-@dotmantek
Barka da Sallah!
I woke up today and dressed for the office parole as usual. After I stepped out of my residence, I did not see the shuttle bus to pick me up, and I did not see anyone around. The sky was blue and I sensed a perfect decorum everywhere. It appeared to me that the holy month of Ramadan will be perpetual….I later got to understand that the public holiday continues today. It was a mixture of excitement and disappointment for me.
The holy period of Ramadan has brought to me, a lot of blessings and favour. First, I received a message yesterday from the CEO of Cash-payer NG in Germany discussing with me the new ways we could partner as the company will be expanding their services to AUN. I was a team member of Cash-payer until January this year and I was privy to the vision of the organization which is to become a key player in the future mobile economy of Nigeria. As nature has it now, I am the only founding member of the organization who is currently not part of the organization anymore. This decision was preceded by my will to incorporate my own company (stuffs2buy.com) which will provide packaging and delivery services in AUN starting next semester. The partnership proposal will be another milestone in my business endeavours; I look forward to doing business with Cash-payer again; I look forward to more blessings of the Ramadan.
As a Christian by faith, I dint feel obliged to participate in the fasting but I followed through the period with holiness and abstinence. Further, I have two Muslim brothers and we live together in love and understanding of each other’s differences.
I want to use this medium to wish everyone a happy Sallah, especially to those that participated in the fasting. At this very moment, I can’t help but to mention names of those I consider very special to me: People like Mansur Abubakar Rimi, Ibrahim Isa, and Senator Bash. People like Mo Sani, Mohammed Santali and Sufiyan A.
Special wishes to my homeboys: Isqeel Walex, Haruna and Ismail “Smile” Olufemi Oyejobi the Great.
How can I ever forget to mention Usman Gambo, Mohammed Drake Drame, Babagana Mundu, and Ahmad Muhammad?
Also worthy of mentioning are Maryam Awaisu, Ibrahim Hassan, Nafeesa Ibrahim, Aisha Ibrahim; and of course a reserved special wishes to a very special friend– Zainab Al-Mustapha.
If I continue mentioning names, I will keep my readers here till dawn but I won’t end this without paying respect to my PR office people – AVP, Abba Tahir; Yusuf Mohammed; Ibrahim Ciroma; Mohammed and Abdullahi