Defence CS Aden Duale today warned that Sheikh Juma Ngao should not be allowed to sit anywhere while calling on the Ambassadors that if they deal with Sheikh Juma Ngao or his organisation that, they will not be recognised by the government.
CS Duale's remarks seemingly shows that Ngao won't be recognized as a Sheikh.
However, Ngao has this evening received good news after Azimio MP Junet Mohammed come out to defend him.
Junet described Ngao as a renowned Muslim Scholar. He slammed Duale for disrespecting Ngao pointing out on whether the Defense docket had powers dealing with Islamic religion.
" Sheikh juma Ngao is a renowned Muslim scholar and issues of faith should be left to someone and his God. Attacking juma Ngao is uncalled for.When William Ruto issued executive order No one 1 didn’t see Islamic matters in the Defence docket ISLAM does not belong to SOMALIS." Junet said.
During the election period, Ngao allegedly supported Raila Odinga's bid
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