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A section of Muslim faithful in Kiandutu slums have called on the county government to support them construct a mosque in the area. The congregation has been worshiping under a tree in the area for years and members are now raising funds to construct a mosque as their numbers increase.
According to one of their leader Salim Faki, the group has grown and it is no longer possible for them to continue worshipping outside anymore.
Speaking when they met to raise funds for the same project on Wednesday evening, Faki said that he is concerned over the lack of a mosque in the area. He said Thika Town, Makongeni and Prison mosques are far from Kiandutu and they cannot use them.
He called on the county government of Kiambu to support them in their move to construct the mosque. Allegedly during Ramadhan, the governor promised to support them.
The group says the county government has incorporated some of them in all its operations as some have been nominated for government posts.
A section of Muslim faithful in Thika’s Kiandutu slums have called on the county government to support them construct a mosque in the area.
The congregation has been worshipping under a tree in the area for years and members are now raising funds to construct a mosque as their numbers increase.
According to one of their leader Salim Faki, the group has grown and it is no longer possible for them to continue worshipping outside anymore.
Speaking when they met to raise funds for the same project on Wednesday evening, Faki said that he is concerned over the lack of a mosque in the area. He said Thika Town, Makongeni and Prison mosques are far from Kiandutu and they cannot use them.
He called on the county government of Kiambu to support them in their move to construct the mosque. Allegedly during Ramadhan, the governor promised to support them.
The group says the county government has incorporated some of them in all its operations as some have been nominated for government posts.
- See more at: http://www.hivisasa.com/kiambu/news/70596#sthash.XsP8dM5s.dpuf
A section of Muslim faithful in Thika’s Kiandutu slums have called on the county government to support them construct a mosque in the area.
The congregation has been worshipping under a tree in the area for years and members are now raising funds to construct a mosque as their numbers increase.
According to one of their leader Salim Faki, the group has grown and it is no longer possible for them to continue worshipping outside anymore.
Speaking when they met to raise funds for the same project on Wednesday evening, Faki said that he is concerned over the lack of a mosque in the area. He said Thika Town, Makongeni and Prison mosques are far from Kiandutu and they cannot use them.
He called on the county government of Kiambu to support them in their move to construct the mosque. Allegedly during Ramadhan, the governor promised to support them.
The group says the county government has incorporated some of them in all its operations as some have been nominated for government posts.
- See more at: http://www.hivisasa.com/kiambu/news/70596#sthash.XsP8dM5s.dpuf
A section of Muslim faithful in Thika’s Kiandutu slums have called on the county government to support them construct a mosque in the area.
The congregation has been worshipping under a tree in the area for years and members are now raising funds to construct a mosque as their numbers increase.
According to one of their leader Salim Faki, the group has grown and it is no longer possible for them to continue worshipping outside anymore.
Speaking when they met to raise funds for the same project on Wednesday evening, Faki said that he is concerned over the lack of a mosque in the area. He said Thika Town, Makongeni and Prison mosques are far from Kiandutu and they cannot use them.
He called on the county government of Kiambu to support them in their move to construct the mosque. Allegedly during Ramadhan, the governor promised to support them.
The group says the county government has incorporated some of them in all its operations as some have been nominated for government posts.
- See more at: http://www.hivisasa.com/kiambu/news/70596#sthash.XsP8dM5s.dpuf
A section of Muslim faithful in Thika’s Kiandutu slums have called on the county government to support them construct a mosque in the area.
The congregation has been worshipping under a tree in the area for years and members are now raising funds to construct a mosque as their numbers increase.
According to one of their leader Salim Faki, the group has grown and it is no longer possible for them to continue worshipping outside anymore.
Speaking when they met to raise funds for the same project on Wednesday evening, Faki said that he is concerned over the lack of a mosque in the area. He said Thika Town, Makongeni and Prison mosques are far from Kiandutu and they cannot use them.
He called on the county government of Kiambu to support them in their move to construct the mosque. Allegedly during Ramadhan, the governor promised to support them.
The group says the county government has incorporated some of them in all its operations as some have been nominated for government posts.
- See more at: http://www.hivisasa.com/kiambu/news/70596#sthash.XsP8dM5s.dpuf
A section of Muslim faithful in Thika’s Kiandutu slums have called on the county government to support them construct a mosque in the area.
The congregation has been worshipping under a tree in the area for years and members are now raising funds to construct a mosque as their numbers increase.
According to one of their leader Salim Faki, the group has grown and it is no longer possible for them to continue worshipping outside anymore.
Speaking when they met to raise funds for the same project on Wednesday evening, Faki said that he is concerned over the lack of a mosque in the area. He said Thika Town, Makongeni and Prison mosques are far from Kiandutu and they cannot use them.
He called on the county government of Kiambu to support them in their move to construct the mosque. Allegedly during Ramadhan, the governor promised to support them.
The group says the county government has incorporated some of them in all its operations as some have been nominated for government posts.
- See more at: http://www.hivisasa.com/kiambu/news/70596#sthash.XsP8dM5s.dpuf
A section of Muslim faithful in Thika’s Kiandutu slums have called on the county government to support them construct a mosque in the area.
The congregation has been worshipping under a tree in the area for years and members are now raising funds to construct a mosque as their numbers increase.
According to one of their leader Salim Faki, the group has grown and it is no longer possible for them to continue worshipping outside anymore.
Speaking when they met to raise funds for the same project on Wednesday evening, Faki said that he is concerned over the lack of a mosque in the area. He said Thika Town, Makongeni and Prison mosques are far from Kiandutu and they cannot use them.
He called on the county government of Kiambu to support them in their move to construct the mosque. Allegedly during Ramadhan, the governor promised to support them.
The group says the county government has incorporated some of them in all its operations as some have been nominated for government posts.
- See more at: http://www.hivisasa.com/kiambu/news/70596#sthash.XsP8dM5s.dpuf
A section of Muslim faithful in Thika’s Kiandutu slums have called on the county government to support them construct a mosque in the area.
The congregation has been worshipping under a tree in the area for years and members are now raising funds to construct a mosque as their numbers increase.
According to one of their leader Salim Faki, the group has grown and it is no longer possible for them to continue worshipping outside anymore.
Speaking when they met to raise funds for the same project on Wednesday evening, Faki said that he is concerned over the lack of a mosque in the area. He said Thika Town, Makongeni and Prison mosques are far from Kiandutu and they cannot use them.
He called on the county government of Kiambu to support them in their move to construct the mosque. Allegedly during Ramadhan, the governor promised to support them.
The group says the county government has incorporated some of them in all its operations as some have been nominated for government posts.
- See more at: http://www.hivisasa.com/kiambu/news/70596#sthash.XsP8dM5s.dpuf
A section of Muslim faithful in Thika’s Kiandutu slums have called on the county government to support them construct a mosque in the area.
The congregation has been worshipping under a tree in the area for years and members are now raising funds to construct a mosque as their numbers increase.
According to one of their leader Salim Faki, the group has grown and it is no longer possible for them to continue worshipping outside anymore.
Speaking when they met to raise funds for the same project on Wednesday evening, Faki said that he is concerned over the lack of a mosque in the area. He said Thika Town, Makongeni and Prison mosques are far from Kiandutu and they cannot use them.
He called on the county government of Kiambu to support them in their move to construct the mosque. Allegedly during Ramadhan, the governor promised to support them.
The group says the county government has incorporated some of them in all its operations as some have been nominated for government posts.
- See more at: http://www.hivisasa.com/kiambu/news/70596#sthash.XsP8dM5s.dpuf
A section of Muslim faithful in Thika’s Kiandutu slums have called on the county government to support them construct a mosque in the area.
The congregation has been worshipping under a tree in the area for years and members are now raising funds to construct a mosque as their numbers increase.
According to one of their leader Salim Faki, the group has grown and it is no longer possible for them to continue worshipping outside anymore.
Speaking when they met to raise funds for the same project on Wednesday evening, Faki said that he is concerned over the lack of a mosque in the area. He said Thika Town, Makongeni and Prison mosques are far from Kiandutu and they cannot use them.
He called on the county government of Kiambu to support them in their move to construct the mosque. Allegedly during Ramadhan, the governor promised to support them.
The group says the county government has incorporated some of them in all its operations as some have been nominated for government posts.
- See more at: http://www.hivisasa.com/kiambu/news/70596#sthash.XsP8dM5s.dpuf
A section of Muslim faithful in Thika’s Kiandutu slums have called on the county government to support them construct a mosque in the area.
The congregation has been worshipping under a tree in the area for years and members are now raising funds to construct a mosque as their numbers increase.
According to one of their leader Salim Faki, the group has grown and it is no longer possible for them to continue worshipping outside anymore.
Speaking when they met to raise funds for the same project on Wednesday evening, Faki said that he is concerned over the lack of a mosque in the area. He said Thika Town, Makongeni and Prison mosques are far from Kiandutu and they cannot use them.
He called on the county government of Kiambu to support them in their move to construct the mosque. Allegedly during Ramadhan, the g