PATANISHO: Mama alimkosea mke wangu akitaka kujionesha yeye ndio kichwa

Siku ya Jumanne, bwana Ali kutoka Mombasa alituma ujumbe akiomba apatanishwe na mkewe Mwanahamisi, waliyetengana kwa mda wa miezi kumi sasa.

PATANISHO: Bwanangu alioa mfanyi kazi wetu na hajawahi niongelesha miaka saba

 

“Kwa kweli ni sababu yake kuondoka ni kuwa hatukukosana naye ila yeye ndiye waliyekosana na mamangu. Huku ni mashambani kwenye tuko na mara nyingi utapata tunaishi na mabibi zetu na mama zetu, sasa mambo ikatokea na wawili hao hawakupatana.

Nilijaribu kuingilia kati lakini hawakuwezana na akasinyika na akaondoka. Nimejaribu kwenda kwao mara kadhaa lakini amekataa kurudi akisema ni juu ya mama.” Alielezea Ali.

Wawili hao wamekuwa kwa ndoa ya miaka miwili na wamejaliwa na mtoto mmoja ambaye aliondoka naye.

PATANISHO: Nampenda mke wangu hadi nimemtungia wimbo

Nampenda kwa sababu ni mama wa watoto wangu na hatukuwa tumekosana naye.” Aliongeza.

Alipopigiwa simu alidhibitisha masaibu yote aliyopitia na kudai kuwa atafikiria kwanza mipango yao wawili ili wasuluhishe yanayowakumba.

Mamako akiskia tumehamia mahali kwingine tutafanya aje?” Aliuliza Mwanahamisi kwani anahofia uhusiano wake na mama mkwe utaharibu mambo hata wawili hao wakihama.

Mamangu hampendi mke wangu lakini mie nampenda, wacha nitajaribu tena kuzungumza na mjomba na mama mdogo ili tujue tutakavyo suluhisha haya maneno.” Ali alimpa mkewe dhibitisho.

PATANISHO: Nilimuuma mke wangu kifuani kwa hasira

 Skiza kanda ifuatayo.

MOMBASA: Imams Deny Youth Radicalisation At Mlango Wa Papa Mosque

Mlango wa Papa Imam Khalid Mohammed Ali. | image source: the-star.co.ke

Imams at Masjid Mlango wa Papa in Mombasa’s Old Town area on Friday denied claims that they have established links with terror groups in the region.

Khalid Mohammed Ali, a preacher at the mosque, refuted reports by government spy agency, the National Intelligence Service, that he has been engaging in youth radicalisation.

Addressing the media after leading worshipers in Friday ‘Adhur’ prayers, Ali said the assertions by the government are misleading and unfounded. He said the mosque committee runs the institution by Islamic teachings.

NIS has provided information to the local security agencies, claiming that the imam stands accused of engaging in extremist sermons at the mosque.

Ali has been summoned to record a police statement.

“We do not allow any violent preaching at the mosque. All our sermons are based on Islamic teaching that advocates for peace and co-existence among religions,” he said.

A senior NIS officer privy to the investigation said they have been monitoring the imam’s teaching, which they believe are aimed at indoctrinating youth to extremism.

NIS reports that the mosque has attracted a huge following that attends Ali’s sermons after normal prayers.

– See more at: http://www.the-star.co.ke/article/mombasa-imams-deny-radicalisation