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Hope To Kitui Muslims During The Sacred Month of Ramadan

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Muslims in Kitui Central found solace and strength in the kindness as the month of Ramadan commenced, they embarked on their spiritual journey with renewed faith and a sense of community that would carry them through the days ahead.

Led by the esteemed Cabinet Secretary for Mining, Blue Economy, and Maritime Affairs, Salim Mvurya, and supported by the compassionate Cabinet Secretary for ASALs and Regional Development, Peninah Malonza EGH, distributedĀ  bags of rice, beans and cartons of cooking oil, the initiative aimed to ease the burdens of fasting and ensure that no one went hungry during this auspicious time.

This act of kindness was more than just a provision of food; it was a symbol of solidarity, compassion, and understanding. It was a reminder that in times of hardship, the bonds of humanity transcend differences and unite us in our shared experiences.

As the recipients received their blessings, gratitude filled their hearts, knowing that they would not go to bed hungry, and that their fasting would be supported by the generosity of others.

During the holy Islamic month, there is a noticeable increase in charitable work across the Muslim world.

Ramadhan takes place during the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. During this month, eating, drinking, smoking and physical pleasure are strictly forbidden from sunrise to sunset when the faithful break their fast.

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