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Muslim leaders call for end of demos

By | January 1st 2011 at 00:00:00 GMT +0300

By ATHMAN AMRAN

The Kenya National Muslims Advisory Council (Kenmac) and the Council of Imams and Preachers of Kenya (Cipk) have called for a stop to demonstrations against those named as suspected drug barons.

Kenmac Chairman Sheikh Juma Ngao and Cipk South Coast Chairman Sheikh Amir Banda said it was unfair to demonstrate against those named in Parliament as they are still innocent until investigations prove otherwise.

"Internal Security minister Prof George Saitoti clearly said in Parliament that those he named were still innocent as investigations were on going," Ngao, who is board member (Nacada), said in Mombasa yesterday.

He cautioned politicians against taking advantage of the naming by organising demonstrations against them using school children, women and the elderly.

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