Vice President Namadi Sambo on Saturday at his Aguda House residence, Abuja, hosted Christians and Muslim Clergy to break his final day Ramadan fast.
The Head of Service of Federation, Isah Sali, and top presidential aides, were at the event.
In a short remark, Mr. Sambo prayed for peace in the nation and asked Allah to grant the supplications offered by the faithful during the holy month of Ramadan.
He also offered prayers for divine guidance and wisdom from Almighty Allah for President Goodluck Jonathan-led administration in the implementation of the transformation agenda.
The Chief Imam of National Mosque, Musa Mohammed, who led the Muslim clergy, offered prayers for the peace and unity of the nation.
Earlier, the Vicar of Aso Chapel, Obioma Onwuzurumba, had said that the breaking of fast together with brethren of both faiths, signified hope and unity in Nigeria, even in the face of challenges.
He said Nigeria would remain an indivisible entity and that the spiritual benefits of the fast would be felt by all Nigerians.
Mr. Onwuzurumba also prayed that God would strengthen the leadership and others in position of authority to deliver dividends of democracy to Nigerians.