Away from the simmering political landscape, President Kenyatta took time today to open an Arabic academy complex in Karen Nairobi, an institution financed and managed by the Dawoodi Bohra community. In this event graced by Bohra spiritual leader, government officials and members of the diplomatic corps, the president hailed the Bohra community for being a true representation of what Islam is. Uhuru reiterated the importance of the different religions promoting peace and harmony. He welcomed the Bohra community to work with his government and the people of Kenya in developing the nation. The Dawoodi Bohra spiritual leader, Dr. Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin was honored with the elder of golden heart (EGH) award for his role in promoting peace and development in Kenya and across the world.