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PHOTONEWS: When Nigeria’s Muslim President goes to the mosque to worship Allah, all senior officials must follow him Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 24, 2021


President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria is devout Muslim and when he goes to the Mosque to pray, most senior government officials have to follow him to show loyalty. That’s what happened on Tuesday.

PRESIDENT ATENDS RAMADAN TAFSIR 3. President Muhammadu Buhari speaking to NTA after attending Ramadan Tafsir at the State House Mosque. PHOTO; SUNDYA AGHAEZE. MAY 7. 2019
PRESIDENT ATTENDS RAMADAN TAFSIR 1-1B. President Muhammadu Buhari attends Ramadan Tafsir at the State House Mosque. PHOTO; SUNDAY AGHAEZE. MAY 7. 2019
PRESIDENT ATTENDS RAMADAN TAFSIR 1-1B. President Muhammadu Buhari attends Ramadan Tafsir at the State House Mosque. PHOTO; SUNDAY AGHAEZE. MAY 7. 2019
PRESIDENT ATTENDS RAMADAN TAFSIR 3B. President Muhammadu Buhari speaking to NTA after attending Ramadan Tafsir at the State House Mosque. PHOTO; SUNDAY AGHAEZE. MAY 7. 2019

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