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The Nigerian priest shed tears in Switzerland as his parishioners sing Igbo's song to him

Many individuals can imagine that after his parishioners sang an Igbo hymn, priest must have felt an intense wave of nostalgia and it made him burst into a pool of tears. The rather heart-warming video reminds consumers of social media that wherever their heart belongs, no matter how far and wide a human goes or conquers. That's what explains the priest's response, who smiled first as he heard his parishioners sing in Igbo. He was moved to tears as the song went on, and it was evident that the song meant a great deal to him, particularly as it was rendered in his language. What they are saying is true; language and music are strong instruments.

Just as music is a strong instrument, so too is kindness a universal language. Muslims around the globe have just lately witnessed mandatory rapid Ramadan. This means that they are abstaining from food and beverages and more from dawn to dusk. The duration is to allow them to exercise self-discipline by doing excellent deeds and more as they get nearer to God. Well, there were found a priest and some Christian volunteers distributing food and water to Muslims to quickly break Ramadan.

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