Sorrow and tears have struck the nation today as the secretary general of Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims(SUPKEM), was announced dead. Miraji Khairallah death cause is yet to be identified.The news on his demise have been announced by an ODM leader Phillip Etale via his social media page.His death has left gap especially to the Muslims who have lost a leader, mentor, advisor and a counsellor. Miraji was also a stakeholder and policy maker in issues involving his religion.He collaborated with other leaders to ensure the fulfillment of goals set in that religion. Futhermore, he also attended national prayers and was always passionate to present the Muslim religion whenever called upon.He will also be remembered for his emphasis and determination to update the Muslims on the events and the things to be remembered during this Covid-19 period.Various people including media stations, politicians and the entire muslim fraternity have started sending condolences messages to the family of the deceased.The burial arrangements and date are expected to be released soon.May the senior religious leader rest in peace.
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