The Secretary General of the Liberia Council of Churches has described as very unfortunate the recent assertions made by Imam Krayee regarding the observance of Abraham day in Monrovia.
It can be recalled that Imam Krayee recently claimed that people in Liberia, including the “common people”, are making fun of Muslims, calling for the celebration of the end of the holy month of Ramadan and Abraham’s Day to be celebrated and observed as national holidays in Liberia.
The statement came under very strong condemnation from the National Muslim Council of Liberia.
The National Muslim Council of Liberia has taken issue with its embattled Chief Imam Ali Krayee for unilaterally threatening the peace and stability of Liberia by calling for a revolution if separate Islamic holidays are not legislated in the country by next year.
Speaking Thursday in Monrovia to teams of journalists, Rev. Christopher Wleh Toe said Imam Ali Krayee should have known better as Chairman of the National Muslim Council of Liberia for making such an unwanted statement.
According to the LCC General Secretary, the leadership of the Liberia Council of Churches has frowned on the statement made by Imam Ali Krayee in a stronger term, calling on him to apologize to Liberians for theaten the peace of Liberia.
He explained that religious people are noted for peace, not for conflict, among citizens.