Prof. Garba Hamidu Sharubutu Supports Muslims During Ramadan

Zakari Isah - Kaduna 

As the holy month of Ramadan begins, Muslim faithfuls are called upon to uphold integrity and embrace the spiritual essence of this period. 

In a heartwarming gesture, Prof. Garba Hamidu Sharubutu, the Executive Secretary of the Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria (ARCN), has extended a helping hand to indigent and venerable Muslims in several communities within the Qua'an-Pan Local Government Area (LGA) of Plateau State.

During the presentation of essential food items, including rice and corn, Prof. Sharubutu emphasized the importance of compassion and solidarity. "Those in positions of influence must always remember and support the less privileged," he stated. "These small acts of kindness will significantly ease their observance of the Ramadan fast."

The recipients, who included Muslim leaders from Bakin Ciyawa, Bwall, Doemak, Kurgwi, Kwande, Kwalla, Kwa, and Namu, expressed heartfelt gratitude. Prof. Sharubutu's generosity extends beyond mere charity; it encompasses the well-being of entire communities, both within and beyond Qua'an-Pan LGA.

One recipient eloquently summed up the sentiments: "We are earnestly grateful for your philanthropic spirit, humane gestures, and unwavering commitment to giving. May Allah, in His infinite Mercy and Grace, shower abundant blessings upon you and all your future endeavors."

This act of kindness exemplifies the true spirit of Ramadan, where compassion and selflessness prevail. Prof. Sharubutu's legacy of giving back continues to inspire and uplift those in need, fostering unity and goodwill in the community. 

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