Ummah ID profiles muslims who have had a positive impact on the Muslim Community. In this episode, we speak to Sumayya Hassan-Athmani, CEO, National Oil Corporation of Kenya.
"Honesty is the best policy... when you're in business, that's a challenge everyday. You have to be honest. At the same time you feel being honest will actually cost your business. So what you do is you make sure your customer doesn’t lose and you do not lose your integrity and you provide the best service possible. But, at the same time when you're in business, you still always feel like you’re being dishonest. Because... I don't know why. It's weird."
"The hardest part about being a teacher is sometimes you tell the children something, for example, 'Miraa is haraam.' The next day a child comes and asks, "Should I go to the shop if my parent sends me for Miraa?'" Giving a slight chuckle, Sh. Suleiman asks me, "You see, what do you do?"