“The fate of our country is now in your hands. We, the Central African imams, urge you to take the first step, which should end the suffering of our mothers, sons and daughters.”
This message was sent today by the Imam of the Central African Republic Oumar Kobine Layama to the President of the Republic Faustin-Archange Touadera.
According to him, it is time to stop the violence, which continues for a long time in the state. People are tired of suffering. Today, the only thing that people want is peace.
The Imam of Bangui is convinced that the only one who can solve this issue is the President of the Central African Republic. Because the goodwill that is concluded in his hands is capable to stop the violence.
According to the head of the Islamic community the only possible way to restore peace and calm the population is to hold negotiations. They should be held in the capital of the Republic of Sudan, Khartoum.
“We, the Central African imams, urge you to take the first step, which should end the suffering of our mothers, sons and daughters,” emphasizes Oumar Kobine Layama, adding that he writes to the president on behalf of the entire Muslim people of CAR. “I ask you, Your Excellency, not to neglect the sufferings of your people.”
Acts of violence in the country, and, particularly in Alindao, are hotly debated by the public.
All Muslims united in grief for innocent victims and endless prayers. They help people to hold on. Layama asks President Touadera to hold talks before December 15 of this year.