A Muslim has surprised people with her super exemplary gesture when she donated several Bibles in the Hausa language to a church.
As the world mark International Interfaith Harmony Week, Muslim women have donated Bibles to Christian clerics in Kaduna, with a view to strengthening religious tolerance and mutual understanding in the state.
The women who donated hundreds of Prayer Mats and Plastic kettles to some mosques in Kaduna recently, attended Sunday Church service with Christian fellows at Christ Evengelical Intercessary Fellowship Ministry, Sabon Tasha, Kaduna-South this Sunday. They donated Bibles written in Hausa language to the Church Clerics.
Hajiya Ramatu Tijjani, accompanied by other women, said the World Interfaith Harmony was meant to donate important gifts, share love, unity, visit each other at places of worship, encourage togetherness irrespective of faith organization in order to boost mutual understanding and inter-religious dialogue between the followers of the two religions.
“I attended the Church service and give my own donation like every christian just to encourage religious understanding and tolerance between Christians and Moslems for peaceful coexistence in the country and the world at large,” Tijjani said.
Hajiya Ramatu said both religions preach, peace, harmony, forgiveness and tolerance, pointing out that all come from one family of Adam and Eve and the need to understand one another.
Receiving the Bibles, the general overseer of the Church, Pastor Yohanna Buru expressed satisfaction with the donation and appealed to Christians and Moslems to learn how to tolerate, accommodate and live in peace with one another in order to make the country great and peaceful.