Sheikh Jamil Muwonge, the Kisaasi Muslim Sub County Chief has
asked people who had a debt with or for the deceased former Kampala Mayor,
Nasser Ntege Ssebagala to come out before the burial.
Sheik Muwonge said anyone can do this by either paying what he owed Ssebaggala
or demanding what Ssebaggala owed them so that the matter can be addressed by
Muwonge was speaking during prayers held on Saturday at a mosque
founded by his grandmother Mariam Nabaggala in Kisasi.
He said that it is a requirement under the Islamic teachings that no one is
supposed to be buried before the public knows what their debt status was before
their demise. If no one comes out before burial, they are supposed to keep
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Sheikh Idris Luswabi the District Khadhi of Kampala under the Kibuli
Muslim faction led a sermon lauding the late Ssebaggala for having been an
instrumental figure in uniting the Muslim community in Kampala especially at
He said whenever a conflict erupted among Muslims, Ssebaggala always had an
amicable solution for the cause of the conflict and everything was always sorted
without any form of escalation.
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Ssebaggala’s eldest son Yusuf Bakuuba Ssebaggala expressed
gratitude having seen his father getting an opportunity to be prayed for in a
mosque founded by his grandparents.
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The body was later led to Ssebaggala’s ancestral home in Kisaasi
for burial on Sunday.