Liberia’s Chief Imam Worries Over Growing Waves Of Division-Blames Opposition, Ruling Party’s Members
The Chief Imam of Liberia, Sheik Ali Krayee says he is worried over the growing waves of division taking place in the country under the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) led government.
Iman Krayee disclosed that Liberia’s past stable political system is deteriorating faster alleging that members of the opposition bloc and critics of the government are engaged in seeking for the downfall of the government.
He narrated that at the moment, there is a situation where some people are so much eager to see that the Weah led-government failed adding that even when the government is doing well they are unhappy.
“We see the sign of this in our Country and it is troubling!” Iman Karyee lamented.
He, at the same time, blamed people in the ruling party for what he termed as provoking the opposition and critics’ action owing to partisans of the Coalition for Democratic Change usual expression that says ‘this is our time’.
“When you take over and start to give the impression that it is your time and your time is not for all Liberians then other will wish and pray that your time is over so their time can also come.” He said.
With this, Imam Krayee admonished the CDC led-government to be sincere in building a United Country by working with all Liberians irrespective of political affiliations.
He added that the success of the government is equally the success of all Liberians. The Muslim Cleric indicated that with the prevailing political crisis in Liberia, it is now time for all political, religious and traditional leaders of the Country to take the real path and responsibility in making Liberia stable for prosperity and development.
He urged Muslims throughout Liberia to pray for the stability of the Country during the time of Eid Mubarak and fasting because according to him, whatever that goes wrong in Liberia will affect everyone.
The Chief Imam made the assertion over the weekend in Kakata, Margibi County at the induction ceremony of the new leadership of the Margibi Muslim Council (MCMC).