LNP Breaks Ground for Construction of Mini Mosque for Islamic Officers

The Liberia National Police (LNP) has broken grounds for the construction of a mini Mosque for Islamic Officers and civilian personnel at its Headquarters.
The project is estimated about Seventy-Five Thousand United States Dollars (USD75,000.00).
Speaking during the ground breaking program, the chief Imam of the Republic of Liberia, Sheikh Ali Krayee expressed his delight for such a historic milestone in the history of the Liberia National Police for officers who have been facing difficulties in making long distances for a prayer center.
Imam Krayee said with the construction of a mini Mosque, it will further enhance and strengthen the already existing relationship among personnel of the institution.
Sheikh Ali embraced the undertaking of the Religious center for Islamic Law Enforcement personnel by the current Administration of the LNP.
For his part, Deputy Inspector General of Police for Operation, Atty. Nelson Freeman who proxied on behalf of the Inspector General of Police, Hon. Gregory O.W Coleman pledged the Administration’s fullest support to the construction of the mini mosque in observance of religious tolerance and Freedom.
Atty. Freeman, in closing reminded the audience that the LNP remains committed in providing security to Muslim brothers and sisters across the Country by making officers available during this Holy month of Ramadan.
Also gracing the occasion were the Deputy Ministers. for Administration at the Ministry of Public Works, Mr. A. Samuka Dunnoh, Deputy Chaplain at the Supreme Court of Liberia and other High ranking LNP officers.