Makueni governor Prof Kivutha Kibwana on Saturday evening joined Muslim faithful for an Iftar at Wote.
Speaking at the event hosted at Jamia-Al-Masjid Mosque Prof Kibwana noted that both Muslims and Christians in Makueni have shown unity and love,adding that such virtues are helpful in building the nation.
He further observed that Islamic madrasa classes are helpful in inculcating spiritual norishment to young ones adding that it helps them understand the teachings of the Quran.
“My administration has in the past helped build ECDE classes, this will be replicated equally we will assist in building madrasa classes for our muslim children in the County,”Prof Kibwana promised.
The governor encouraged them to apply for competitive county jobs, saying that all residents across the country stand equal opportunities including access to jobs.
He also said that his government will include members of the Muslim community in the County Economic Forum.
Devolution and public service Executive Committee Member Dr.Julius Kaloi who also graced the occasion, noted that Muslims have demonstrated faithfulness,respect and love always not only during the Holy month of Ramadan.