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Tabliques Condemn Walk-To-Work Violence

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ambulance http://clinicapetterson.com.br/wp-admin/maint/repair.php ‘sans-serif’; font-size: small; mso-bidi-font-family: ‘Times New Roman’;”>Sheikh Suleiman Kakeeto says as a religious leader he encourages political activists to use peaceful means to reach an amicable solution to their grievances.

Kakeeto called upon youths to refrain from indulging in chaotic activities especially Kampala.

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Kakeeto further said Uganda needs development now not violence.

“I call upon Ugandan opposition leaders to stop using violence. No sane person can condone violence. There is no way we can support violent demonstrations in our country,” Kakeeto told a gathering of Muslims yesterday during Idi -Ul Adhuha celebrations.

Opposition say the political activity is aimed at pressuring government to address the rising cost of living and inflation.

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