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Sheik Ssemambo Calls for Unity Among Muslims

Sheikh Ssemambo while attending Eid El-ftr prayers at Kawempe Muslim primary school playgrounds told Muslims that his faction is ready to work with any group that will stand by the truth.
11 Apr 2024 10:21
Muslims attending Eid El-ftr prayers at Kawempe Muslim Primary School play ground

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The leader of a splinter faction of the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council Sheik Abdallah Ssemambo has urged Muslims to unite and enhance the growth of their faith. 

Sheikh Ssemambo while attending Eid El-ftr prayers at Kawempe Muslim primary school playgrounds told Muslims that his faction is ready to work with any group that will stand by the truth.

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Ssemambo also urged Muslims to continue doing acts of love and charity to everyone even after the end of the month of Ramadan.

He called on the government to hold talks with the traders so that they could arrive at one understanding for the betterment of trade in Uganda. 

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In January, the joint session of the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council (UMSC), suspended Sheikh Abdallah Ssemambo following allegations of him violating the council’s constitution and displaying inappropriate behavior.     

Sheikh Abdallah Ssemambo has been deputizing Mufti Ramadhan Mubaje as the in-charge of Religious Affairs for the past 14 years. He later aligned himself with a dissenting group that organized a general assembly that suspended Mufti Mubaje. 

The group subsequently appointed Ssemambo as the Acting Mufti.   

Abdul Razid Hussein, the former regional assistant mufti from Gulu pointed out that having worked at Uganda Muslim Supreme Council for three years, the leadership of the council must be changed for the good of the Muslim faith in the country.

“There is no politics in Islam, the politics of Islam is, to tell the truth, and serve mankind," he said.

Imum Is-haq Ssekakomo from Kawanda called on Muslims to love and help fellow Muslims and friends for the development of their faith.

He also asked the Muslims to put aside their differences and grievances saying that in Islam they are one.

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During the prayers, Muslims were asked to raise funds for the completion of the mosque. 

Sheik Ibrahim Hassan Ssemakula the leader of Imams at the mosque pointed out that currently, they are looking for 900 million Shillings for completion of the mosque.

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//Cue in: “Tulina obwetaavu…

Cue out…okugenda okubeera abakyala”. //      

 

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