After Eid-ul-Azha prayers at the Presidential Palace, Ghani said that peace is a prerequisite for the entire nation.
“I’d like to wish a very joyful and peaceful Eid to all Afghans and Muslims around the world. May you have a wonderful time with your loved ones,” Ghani said.
In his Eid message, President Ghani called on all Afghans to support the Security Forces of the country with standing like a firm wall behind them.
Ghani also said that Kabul still prefers intra-Afghan peace process.
President Ghani again also urged the youths not to leave the country and assured them that the National Unity Government is working on developing employment programs in the following months.
Thursday is the first day of Eid ul-Azha – the tenth month of Dhu al-Hijjah. This holiday is the largest religious festival of the year for Muslims around the world.
Ghani on Thursday asked people to join in the peace process and appealed for unity.
He said it was the duty of the entire nation to work for peace.
“Having different schemes, and numerous theories among the sons of the nation, is not a problem, but it is a sign of richness and diversity. But we must not allow this diversity to be drawn to the differences and divisions and we should not allow differences such as people, language, region, party, religion or ideologies etc. to create a breach in the wall of our solidarity,” Ghani added.