The MULAN president made the call in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday in Lagos.
“It is a period when Muslims are supposed to be closer to God and be more empathetic about the plights of the less privileged,” he said.
According to him, even if one is able to feed, at this time such person is compelled not to eat and so are in the same position as those who do not have the means.
“Our country is in a critical moment, and so, Nigerian Muslims and the Muslims lawyers especially, should use this period to pray for themselves and pray for Nigeria as a nation,”nhe said.
Abikani congratulated every Muslim for witnessing this year Ramadan despite the global pandemic.
“We appreciate Him, and it is a moment we continue to thank Him for sparing our lives and we pray that every Muslim have a successful fast and acceptance of fast as individuals and as a nation,” he said. (NAN)