Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babatunde Fashola (SAN), on Sunday emphasized correspondence to law and sequence as a pivotal indicator of a fear of God as he attended dual Ramadan Lectures.
He reiterated that in any multitude where law and sequence is obeyed, infancy of a people advantage while that multitude prospers.
The dual Ramadan Lectures were that of a Ansar-Ud-Deen Society of Nigeria, Ikeja Branch where a National Missioner of a Society, Alhaji Sheikh Abdur Rahman Ahmad spoke on a subject “The Other Doors”, and a 8th Justice Muri Okunola Memorial Ramadan Lectures where a span of Sheikh Abdul Hakeem Awwal, National Amir Ikwan Muslimeen Foundation and Alhaja Ganiya Ipadeola Olokodana, Amirah MICA, spoke on “Islam and Environmental Abuse” and “Motherhood in Islam” respectively during a Blue Roof, LTV 8 and Eko FM Open Field, Radio House, Agidingbi, Ikeja.
Governor Fashola, who pronounced correspondence to law and sequence is synonymous with tractability to a law of God, argued that nobody could explain to have a fear of God if he or she does not approve to a law and sequence in a multitude advising that while fasting in a month of Ramadan, Muslims should honour a law and fear a Almighty Allah.
“God put in place governments to make laws for a advantage of a society; so, when we pass laws we pass God and we do not have a fear of God. We are now in a month of Ramadan when we should be fasting and fearing God and we are fasting. But do we fear God?”, a Governor observed.
Citing instances of non-compliance to law and order, Governor Fashola remarkable that although