President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Message to Muslims during their Holy month

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President Uhuru Kenyatta with Muslim brothers at State House after hosting them to break the fast (Iftar) in 2013.

Like all Kenyan leaders and citizens of goodwill, president Uhuru Kenyatta took to social media to wish all the Muslim citizens all the very beat as they being their Holy Month of Ramadhan.

In a post on his official Facebook page, the president noted that the diversified form of existence has always been the pillar of strength and vowed to keep it that way for ever.

Here is the president’s full statement:

On behalf of the people and the Government of Kenya, it gives me great pleasure to send this message of warm greetings, best wishes and solidarity to our Muslim brothers and sisters as they commence the Holy month of Ramadhan, an important pillar in their faith that teaches them values of discipline, devotion and humility.

The period of Ramadhan always gives us Kenyans an opportunity to reflect on the beauty of our cultural and religious diversity. Our diversity has always been our strength and we endeavour to keep it that way for ever. I am happy for the positive role Islam plays in the daily lives of millions of our compatriots and contributing to the well-being of our country.

The Holy month of Ramadhan is a period during which Muslims strengthen their faith and we join them in solidarity as we cherish the place of faith in consolidating our National Unity.

As you embark on this solemn pillar of your faith, I urge all of you to remember our nation in your prayers and may your devotion be rewarded.

In solidarity with our Muslim brothers and sisters, I also take this opportunity to encourage all Kenyans to cherish unity; and to discard the small issues that divide us while embracing the bonds that unite us.

On behalf of the entire nation, I wish you all a blessed Ramadhan.

Ramadhan Kareem and Saum Maqbul.

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