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#Ramadan: Man Asks God For $100 Million During Holy Night Prayer

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As Muslims throughout the world spend Ramadan, the holy month of fasting, prayer, and meditation, a man has drawn notice for an unusual prayer request during a midnight prayer.

The man, whose identity has yet to be confirmed, was caught on tape requesting God for a staggering $100 million on the sacred night known as Laylatul Qadr, which is considered the night of power and blessings.

The video has now gone viral on social media platforms, eliciting conflicting comments from Nigerians, with some expressing shock and displeasure at the man’s prayer request, while others defended him, claiming that God is capable of granting any wish.

It’s worth noting that Laylatul Qadr is considered the most important night of Ramadan, with Muslims all over the world spending it in prayer and supplication, seeking God’s pardon and blessings. The gates of heaven are said to be open on this night, and God’s kindness and blessings are plentiful.

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