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Residents of the BARMM were asked to adopt moral governance on Eid’l Fitr.
CITY OF COTABATO – As the Muslim faithful celebrate Eid’l Fitr, or the end of Ramadan, Chief Minister Ahod “Murad” Ebrahim of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) has urged people to embrace moral government.
Ebrahim emphasized that heeding the demand for “moral government” means supporting governance based on Islamic morals and spirituality during a communal prayer at the BARMM center here.
In the vernacular, he continued, “I ask all of you to embrace moral government so that our quest for self-determination will actually triumph.”
“We will only succeed if we can implement the moral principles of Islam and our God,” he added, adding that the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) and BARMM had been advocating moral governance.
“We won’t be able to do it in one day; it will take time, but we must work together to achieve our goal,” Ebrahim remarked. Because it is our responsibility to ourselves, our neighbors, and all of us, we must all obey moral governance.”
Furthermore, Ebrahim praised the Bangsamoro for adhering to health guidelines during the fasting month.
“I hope we can all live up to what we learned during the 30 days of fasting that helped us maintain our faith.” “To all of us, a happy Eid’l Fitr Mubarak,” he said.