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Muslim Scholar Dr. Kaliisa Laid to Rest in Ntungamo District

Kaliisa, who died at the age of 70, was a political analyst, an Islamic Scholar and Lecturer, according to family members he had earlier complained of abdominal pain, was found dead in his bedroom.
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The remains of fallen Muslim Scholar Dr. Abdunoor Anas Kaliisa were laid to rest on Friday.

He was laid to rest in his ancestral home in Nyakahita-Rwengoma, Ruhaama County in Ntungamo District.

Kaliisa, who died at the age of 70, was a political analyst, an Islamic Scholar and Lecturer. According to family members he had earlier complained of abdominal pain, before he was found dead in his bedroom. 

Supreme Mufti Sheikh Suaiman Kasule Ndirangwa, said the late Kaliisa was a man of his word who would never change easily.

Luganda

//Cue in: “ye musajja abade…

Cue out: …mujja kuba mumusasude.”//

The Titular head of Muslims in Uganda, Prince Kassim Nakibinge, who was represented by Sheikh Muhamed Kiiza Kasule, asked mourners to emulate the late towards the Islamic religion through having a believing heart towards God.

Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata, castigated the police force for the violent acts towards presidential candidates especially Kyagulanyi Sentamu alias Bobi Wine and asked president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni to act accordingly on the police.

Luganda

//Cue in: “wendabye ekitufu nga…

Cue out: …kuraba wakoze efujo.”//

National Unity Platform-NUP Party Presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu alias Bobi Wine described the late as encyclopedia, brave, loving and trustworthy person who cared for the poor.

Luganda

//Cue in: "lwaki olwo buntu…

Cue out: …mumpise nga omuntu.”//

The sendoff was also attended by other presidential candidates, Lt. Gen Henry Tumukunde (Independent), Norbert Mao (Democratic Party) and Maj. Gen Mugisha Muntu (Alliance for National Transformation). The central government was represented by the first deputy prime minister Alhaji Moses Ali.

   

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