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Imams Fatty, Sillah put aside their differences

Jun 4, 2020, 11:19 AM | Article By: Ismaila Sonko

The long-running misunderstanding between Imams Abdoulie Fatty and Muhammed Sillah has been amicably resolved, following a peaceful mediation talks headed by the Imam Ratib of Banjul, Alhagie Alieu Cherno Mass Kah on Tuesday.

Alhagie Bai Sainey Secka, who represented the Imam Ratib at the mediation, explained that the differences between the two camps have been peacefully resolved.

He explained that the peaceful talk was brokered by Imam Alhagie Alieu Cherno Mass Kah and in attendance were Banjul Muslim leaders, National Council for Leaders and the Supreme Islamic Council. 

Mr. Secka thanked both camps on behalf of the Imam Ratib of Banjul for what he called “exercise of maturity” to end their differences without any conflict, which he said, is very good in the name of Islam.

He also advised preachers in the country to preach in a peaceful manner that will not bring any differences to the Islamic religion and in the country.

Secka reminded that Islam is a religion of peace and tolerance and called on all to promote peace and stability among Muslims in the country.

He equally called on the religious leaders in the country to unite and work towards the propagation of Islamic teachings and values in the country and the world at large.

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