25 January 2018

Liberia: Muslim Group Wants Changing Minds, Attitudes for New Govt

-Congratulates Pres. Weah, VP Taylor

Ansaruden Hajj and Umrah Agency congratulates President George M. Weah and Vice President Jowel Howard Taylor on their inauguration as President and Vice President respectively of the Republic of Liberia.

Speaking recently in Monrovia, the Board Chairman of the Muslim group Mr. Samuel Farley promised the Amsaruden Hajj and Umrah Agency unflinching support to the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) led government. He then called on all Liberians at home and abroad to support the Weah led government to achieve its development agenda in transforming Liberia. According to him, their group is prepared and committed to work with the CDC led government in moving Liberia forward.

Mr. Farley emphasized the need for changing minds and attitudes to be the focus of all Liberians adding; "we must open a new chapter in our history and put behind us things that divided us during the elections and unite to build our country".

He urged the Muslim and Christian communities together with the Inter-religious Council of Liberia to continue to organize intercessory services to pray for God's blessing and protection upon the new government and invoke Allah's divine intervention into the affairs of the country.

The Muslim group Board Chairman encouraged Liberian Muslims to put aside their individual differences and come together for the growth and development of their motherland Liberia under this new government headed by a young leader who was overwhelmingly elected through a free, fair, and transparent democratic process.


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