MUHAMMADIYAH.OR.ID, JAKARTA – Muhammadiyah expands a humanitarian role in Africa after successfully founding a mosque in Uganda and wells in Sudan. This movement will assist Muslims in Kenya.
“We discussed several aspects. First, we will sink wells because those are what the Muslims in Kenya need. Insya Allah, the well sinking will have no problem, and we will support it. We will also ask Lazismu to count the necessity of the well sinking,” the Muhammadiyah Chairman of International Relations and Cooperation Syafiq A. Mughni in the meeting with the Ambassador of Kenya to Indonesia,
Galma Mukhe Boru at the Muhammadiyah office of Jakarta on Tuesday (27/12)
Second, Muhammadiyah may construct mosques so that Kenyan Muslims can pray decently.
“Speaking of founding mosques, Kenyan Muslims need proper palaces to pray and to meet, and Muhammadiyah will attempt to deliberate about the construction,” said Syafiq A. Mughni.
Muhammadiyah will begin the two projects as soon as this movement receives an official proposal.
“We are waiting for their proposal. We will highly comply with it,” said Syafiq A. Mughni.
For information, the Ambassador of Kenya to Indonesia,
Galma Mukhe Boru together with his staff Jackson Nyagaka Onkoba and Madam Kauthar Mohammed was welcomed by the President of Muhammadiyah Haedar Nashir, the General Secretary of Muhammadiyah Abdul Mu’ti, and the Muhammadiyah Chairman of International Relations and Cooperation Syafiq A. Mughni.