Muslim youth cautioned against irresponsible social behavior
Muslim youth have been warned against engaging in irresponsible social behavior that might lead to them indulging in terror activities.
Nakuru West Deputy County Commissioner, Elmi Shaffi, said that such irresponsible behavior could ruin the character of the youths.
Speaking at a food aid project for the poor in Gilgil, Shaffi urged the youth to firmly embrace the Muslim faith to avoid being carried away by peer pressure.
“Muslim faith and values of life and humanity should be adhered to especially by the youth to avoid endangering lives of others,” said Shaffi.
He asked those distributing the relief food to be fair and ensure that only the poor benefit from the food donated by the National Government.
The chairman of Nakuru Imams Abdulrahman Farah also condemned the recent killing of police officers in Mandera terming it as an act of cowardice to disrupt peace in the country.
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