Sunday, February 15, 2015

Into the sunset: Navin Ramgoolam

Before closing my sermon, I would like to say a few words on the Charges and Arrest which the ex-Prime Minister of Mauritius, Navinchandra Ramgoolam had to undergo since last Friday 06 February 2015. It never pays to be arrogant and creating such an atmosphere as to make Mauritius be led by autocratic leadership disguised as a democratic one. 

You will recall my dear disciples that since 2010, I and some of our members have gone from circumscription to circumscription to pray that Allah overturns such a leader and political party whose agenda is to finish Mauritius, bringing Mauritians to a state of poverty and tight economic state. And you will recall that recently in the midst of the general elections 2014, I told you about a dream in which Sir Aneerood Jugnauth was not condemning Paul Berenger, but instead praising him for the strategies that he has (to clean Mauritius and the Labour Party also). 

And you are witnessing that since Friday, 06 February, 2015 the former Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam has been placed under arrest. He even spent a few hours in the Moka detention centre before being brought before the Bail and Remand Court. Last weekend has been hell for him; he was torn between searches and going back and forth to the Central CID to give statements over statements, and counting the millions of money (more than Rs. 185 millions which was seized at his house in two massive safes and suitcases) before the Central CID, the Police Force, Lawyers, representatives of the Bank of Mauritius and the Government officials. He is a suspect of money laundering and being involved in the Roche-Noire Murder case. He was arrested and humiliated amidst thousands of Mauritians who assembled at his house to see the end of his political career, and witnessing his arrest.

  
People used to mock Paul Berenger because of his association to such a man who dirtied the reputation of Mauritius and putting its people in dire situations. But let me remind the nation today that, by the will of Allah, had it not been for the hide and seek and breaking ups and making ups and the final decision to go for a general election as an alliance PTR-MMM, then that same person who is now accountable to the law for fraud and suspect in a murder case would have still been Prime Minister for his mandate should have officially ended in May 2015. 

With the political marriages and divorces, such a situation came that built up the confidence of Navin Ramgoolam when he got Paul Berenger by his side, that he shall triumph in the general elections. But alas for him, it was not to be so. And after the arrest of the ex Prime Minister, both the current Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition do not seem to regret finding the ex Prime Minister in such a mess. Indeed, you reap what you sow. Indeed, even if Paul Berenger did a political suicide – putting his honour in politics at stake – he reaped the fruits of his good intentions to clean Mauritius in the form of being an elected member of the Parliament and recently the confidence of the members of his Movement in him has doubled and he was yet again elected as leader of his Movement while on the other hand, the ex-Prime Minister lost the general elections and he faces the situation to resign in the capacity of leader of his Movement.

Allah is indeed Great and is showing this humble self and the Mauritian Nation about the success of the prayers which I have selflessly made for the betterment of the future of Mauritius. Alhamdulillah. Allah is now making everything clear, be it in political realm and also spiritual realm. Insha-Allah, may Allah give me the courage and capacity to compile all the signs which have been manifested through duah and to prove the truthfulness of this humble servant of His, the Khalifatullah. Ameen.

I remembered this revelation which Allah already revealed since long (2001-2002) that He shall bring these kinds of people to their destruction, step by step without them realizing what is happening.


All praises belong to Allah. Injustices are never meant to stay for a long time. One day or the other, Allah metes out justice in such sublime way as to reinforce the faith of people in Him. Alhamdulillah. 

-Extracts from the Friday Sermon of February 13, 2015 delivered by the Khalifatullah Hadhrat Munir Ahmad Azim Sahib (atba) of Mauritius. 

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