Liberia: President’s ‘Kind Gesture’ to Muslim Community Launched - News Summed Up

Liberia: President’s ‘Kind Gesture’ to Muslim Community Launched


Making the pronouncement to representatives of the Muslim community, Mr. Varney Sirleaf, Minister of Internal Affairs, explained that the launch of the event came about when President Weah recently appealed to the Muslim community to offer more prayers for Liberia. Monrovia: The Ministry of Internal Affairs has launched a food rationing scheme for the Muslim community in Liberia during the month of fasting activities dubbed “President George Manneh Weah’s Kind Gesture Toward Muslims in the Holy Month of Ramadan.”Making the pronouncement to representatives of the Muslim community, Mr. Varney Sirleaf, Minister of Internal Affairs, explained that the launch of the event came about when President Weah recently appealed to the Muslim community to offer more prayers for Liberia. The IA Minister it was in that light that the President decided to open all mosques and churches, so that religious communities can continue to pray for Liberia. Receiving the items, the National Chief Imam of the National Imam council of Liberia, Sheik Ali Krayee thanked President Weah for the gesture on behalf of the Muslim community in Liberia, adding that it is his fervent hope that whatever prayers the Muslim community offer during the month of Ramadan, will be excepted by God. Representing the National Superintendent’s Council of Liberia, the Superintendent of Grand Bassa County, Janjay Baikpeh extended his thanks and appreciation to the President.


Source: Front Page Africa May 16, 2020 21:11 UTC



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