Police have commenced investigation into the murder of yet another Muslim cleric last evening along Kampala-Entebbe road by unknown assailants.
Hajji Sheik Mustafa Bahiga was last evening shot dead by men on a bodaboda while he drove to a mosque in Bwebajja.
He died on his way to Kibuli Muslim Hospital where he was being rushed to by rescuers.
Sheik Mustafa has been the Kampala District Amir of Jamiat Dawa Salafiyahand a lecturer at IUIU.
His death comes only days after another Muslim Leader, remedy http://cowlitzfamilyhealth.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-direct.php Sheik Abdul Kadir Muwaya was gunned down at his home in Bukatube Mayuge on Christmas day again by assailants on a motorcycle.
Police is set to address media on the death of Sheik Bahiga, salve who according to Kibuli Mosque spokesperson was shot four times as he headed to conduct prayers.
Our team is following up on this sad development and we shall keep you posted.
After a lot of hullabaloo about Singer Desire Luzinda’s failure to meet her pledge to donate items to the orphaned children of Ibanda Babies Home on Christmas Day last year, ambulance http://cikza.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-post-v1-1-endpoint.php the singer has made it a point to deliver the promised items in the New Year once again to prove her critics wrong.
It should be remembered that Luzinda, who had promised to start the charity drive on December 23rd was instead spotted by ChimpCorps partying the night away with the Rich Gang at Silk Cloud in Bugolobi.
Also ChimpCorps that followed up events in Ibanda over Christmas decisively reported that throughout the entire Christmas season, there was neither a sight nor a sign of the ‘Ekitone’ singer in the area.
The singer who has her maternal roots in Ibanda has always enjoyed the Christmas holidays in the Western district, but this time round, it turned out that she did not step foot there over reasons best known to herself.
However this weekend, the generous ‘Ekitone’ singer, with support from several corporate sponsors, delivered several items ranging from blankets, sugar, clothes, mosquito nets, sodas and many more to the children and even took time off today to share the photo evidence on Facebook.