Singapore couple accused of deviant religious practices counselled by Muis

Information about the Yayi faith's founder, believed to be a woman in her 60s named Paridah Jayos, as well as its practices, were detailed in the Facebook post.
Information about the Yayi faith's founder, believed to be a woman in her 60s named Paridah Jayos, as well as its practices, were detailed in the Facebook post. PHOTO: FACEBOOK/LEBAI KAMPUNG

SINGAPORE - A couple here who have been accused of developing deviant religious practices against the teachings of Islam have been counselled by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (Muis).

Muis, the country's highest Islamic authority, said it acted after receiving a complaint.

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