National President of the Supreme Islamic Council of Sierra Leone Congratulates H.E (Rtd) Juilius Maada Bio and his vice, Dr. Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh.

The President of the Supreme Islamic Council in Sierra Leone- Alhaji Taha Jalloh has sent a congratulations letter on the 10th of April 2018 to the newly elected president of Sierra Leone- H.E (Rtd) Juilius Maada Bio on behalf all Muslims.

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The letter reads…

“His Excellency,                                                                              

Brigadier (Retired) Julius Maada Bio.

President of the Republic of Sierra Leone,

State House, Freetown.

 Your Excellency,

It gives me great honour and pleasure, in my capacity as the National President of the Supreme Islamic Council of the Republic of Sierra Leone, to convey sincere greetings and warmest felicitations, on my personal behalf and on behalf of the executive members, the entire membership of the council and the wider Muslim population, on the occasion of your election as the new president of the Republic of Sierra Leone and Honorable Dr. Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh, as the new vice president.

Your Excellency,

As you are aware, the Supreme Islamic Council of the Republic of Sierra Leone, was established since 1972, in order to serve as the highest national Islamic body, to champion the cause of Islam and Muslims and foster peace, religious tolerance and contribute towards the socio-economic development of the country.

In this regard, we want to assure your Excellency and your government of the council’s solid resolve to cooperate and compliment your efforts in achieving peace, unity and development in the country.

In conclusion, we pray to the almighty Allah to guide and protect you, so you will be able to carry out your duties and responsibilities efficiently and successfully.

 Yours faithfully,

Alhaji Taha Jalloh.

National President

Supreme Islamic Council

www.sierraleoneislamicweb.com

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2 comments

  1. As Salaamu Aliakum I’m trying to understand why are the Masjids closed during this time of need. This country have no cases of coronavirus as of yet and the muslims can’t have prayer.

    Nothing else is closed, the clubs, bars & restaurants are still open. The place that’s the most risk is the market place.

    In order to protect the people of Salone closing the borders is what’s best.

    I’m not understanding the thought process of the person who decided to do this. I thought the Islamic counsel were followers of the Qur’an and Sunnah.

    The UK is under shutdown because their coronavirus number are growing but they’re not closing their masjids. As a Muslim in this country I’m disappointed in this Islamic counsel.

    You’re turning your back on Allah by closing the masjids and oppressing the believers by trying to take away their blessing to perform the mandatory rights of Islam. How can you expect Allah to continue to bless you when you are imitating the kufr.

    FYI
    The Chinese government was oppressing the Muslims closing the masjid & terrorizing the Muslim population. Allah answered the cries of the righteous and sent the coronavirus. After that the government reopened the masjids closed their borders and now they have a treatment that tends to be working.

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