Supkem - About Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims

About Us.

The Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims (SUPKEM) is registered as the umbrella body of all Muslim organizations, societies, mosque committees and groups in Kenya. It was formed in May 1973 following the holding of a General Conference at Quran House on Mfangano Street in Nairobi. SUPKEM exists to improve life for its members – both Dun’ya and Akhera. The aim of the Council as stated in its constitution is to:

Carry out and discharge in every way possible the obligations and responsibilities Muslims owe as a Community to Islam; Assist in and make possible the performance of such obligations, duties and responsibilities Muslims owe as individuals to Islam; To work for the benefit of Muslims – to bring about the spirit of Brotherhood Unity among Muslims, and cooperation and unity among Muslim organizations; Work for and bring about the true knowledge and understanding of Islam, Islamic values, Islamic culture, civilization and heritage

OUR VISION: To cater for the spiritual, social and economic well-being of Muslims in Kenya.

MISSION STATEMENT: A premier Muslim umbrella organization recognized in Kenya and internationally.

Our Values

The following core values based on Islamic Principles will guide the decisions and actions of the Council and Members: ~ Integerity ~ Accountability (i.e transparency) ~ Clarity(i.e. saying in a way to be well heard, what SUPKEM means and meaning what SUPKEM says) ~ Honesty ~ Consultation (inclusivity of stakeholders)