Executives of the Liberia Islamic Network Incorporated have taken back against the National Muslim Council of Liberia for blasting the Chief Imam of Liberia Alieu Krayee, overstatement, that call for an Islamic Holiday should be done rightly.
It can be recalled, Imam Krayee in his Abraham Day sermon cautioned Muslims to channel their quest for Islamist Holiday rightly, but in an apparent reaction, the National Muslim Council of Liberia, in a press conference, condemned the statement.
However, the Liberia Islamic Network Incorporated said the manner in which the National Muslim Council of Liberia responded to Imam Krayee is disrespectful and has the tendency of brewing division among the Muslim faith in Liberia.
The group through its Secretary-General, Mamadee Kamara speaking to Freedom News Monday, said they see nothing wrong with the Chief Imam’s sermon, stressing that it was intended to guide members of the Islamic faith in Liberia to channel the advocacy rightly.
According to Kamara, the move against Imam Krayee contravenes practices of the Islamic faith, noting that his group does not support any action that will create division, tribalism, and greed for supremacy.