March 22, 2024
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Speakers of the two houses host Muslim MPs and Staff for an Iftar dinner

NAIROBI– Speakers Rt. (Dr.) Moses Wetang’ula and the Rt. Hon. Amason Kingi Thursday evening hosted the Muslim MPs and staff for an Iftar dinner that marked the breaking of the fast during this holy month of Ramadhan. This is the first-ever Iftar hosted for Muslim Legislators from both Houses hence creating an ideal opportunity to... Read More

NAIROBI– Speakers Rt. (Dr.) Moses Wetang’ula and the Rt. Hon. Amason Kingi Thursday evening hosted the Muslim MPs and staff for an Iftar dinner that marked the breaking of the fast during this holy month of Ramadhan.

This is the first-ever Iftar hosted for Muslim Legislators from both Houses hence creating an ideal opportunity to come together, strengthen relationships and show gratitude for the blessings of life.

The leaders urged the Muslim community to use this holy month to pray for the people in the Middle East who are subjected to untold suffering occasioned by the war in the region.

“The tension, butchering of innocent people and the suffering of women and children are exposed to should be of concern to us and it must come to an end”, said Speaker Wetang’ula.

Dr. Wetang’ula reiterated his commitment in pushing for the legislative agenda saying that the tension that existed between the two Houses before was history.

Speaker Kingi echoed his sentiments by encouraging the Muslim brethren to pray for a peaceful and co-existence.

On his part Defence Cabinet Secretary Aden Duale lauded the two speakers for organizing the Iftar dinner for Muslims MPs and Staff at Parliament.

“In the spirit of unity and inclusivity within our socio-political landscape, this evening, upon the invitation of the Speaker Moses Masika Wetang’ula, E.G.H,MP, and his Senate counterpart, Hon. Amason Kingi, I joined other national leaders and Muslim faithful for an Iftar dinner at Nairobi Hotel. “ said CS Duale.

Defense Cabinet Secretary Hon Aden Duale, MPs – led by Leader of Majority Hon Kimani Ichung’wah and his Senate counterpart Hon. Aaron Cheruyot, National Assembly Clery Mr. Samuel Njoroge among other dignitaries – were present.

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