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Dr. Victor Nnam with His Royal Highness, Aminu Ado Bayero, CFR, the Emir of Kano

In celebration of this year’s Eid-el-Fitr, Dr. Surv. Victor Chukwuemeka Nnam, a distinguished Senior Lecturer at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, specializing in Lands Administration, has urged Muslim faithfuls to unite in prayer for peace across the nation.

Dr. Nnam’s call for peace resonated during his address to the Muslim community gathered today at the palace of His Royal Highness, Aminu Ado Bayero, CFR, the Emir of Kano.


Chief Nnam who was a former Commissioner for Lands and Urban Development in Enugu State, a practicing Land Surveyor and Real Estate Developer, expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to speak before the esteemed congregation at the palace.

“The atmosphere exuded reverence and unity, encapsulating the essence of Eid and the rich diversity that defines our society,”

“I conveyed messages of goodwill and solidarity, emphasizing the imperative of mutual respect and understanding among diverse faiths and communities.”

Dr. Nnam further noted that “the Emir graciously welcomed our delegation, fostering an environment of dialogue and cooperation.”

According to him, discussions centered on the vital role of religious tolerance and education in advancing harmony and progress throughout the nation.

“This visit underscored the values of inclusivity and collaboration, reaffirming our collective commitment to fostering a more harmonious and prosperous society,” he said.

He expressed anticipation for future engagements aimed at promoting peace and understanding among all people, transcending boundaries of faith and culture.

Dr. Surv Nnam also paid a visit to the palace of His Royal Highness, Nasiru Ado Bayero, OFR, the Emir of Bichi.

Dr. Surv. Victor Nnam in a handshake with His Royal Highness, Nasir Ado Bayero, OFF, the Emir of Bitchi

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