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Rite Foods Celebrates with Muslim Faithful on Eid el-Kabir, Urges Virtues of Uprightness and Peaceful Co-existence

As Muslims in the country mark Eid el-Kabir, Rite Foods Limited, a leading brand in the food and beverage sector of the Nigerian economy, has urged the faithful to always sustain the virtues of love, tolerance, and brotherhood which the Islamic religion upholds.

It is also a time for mutual co-existence, where parts of the sacrifice offered to Allah are given as a gift to the poor and needy.

Given this, the Managing Director of Rite Foods Limited, Mr. Seleem Adegunwa, stated that Islamic scholars, leaders, and believers, should use the festive period to sustain virtues that would lead to peace and harmonious co-existence for a more united and prosperous nation.

He admonishes them to always reflect on the sacred teachings of Prophet Muhammed which depicts uprightness and love for one another, following the tenets of the Islamic religion.

Adegunwa further enjoined the believers to always stay healthy during the celebration and with the company’s array of quality products that have set the standard for others in the food and beverage industry, celebrating can be a lot more enjoyable.

He pointed out that Rite Foods has 12 Bigi carbonated soft drink variants, Bigi Premium Table Water, the leading Fearless energy drink brands, as well as Rite Foods sausages that are available for consumers’ wellbeing, and at moments of celebration, such as the Eid el-Kabir.

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