Muslim communities in Pakistan and Turkey today donated up to 2840 cows to facilitate today’s Eid Adhuha celebrations around the country.
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Director of IQR’A Foundation, cialis 40mg http://clubmedics.com/wp-admin/includes/class-walker-nav-menu-edit.php Sheikh Abdul Kasule said that the foundation in Mbarara patterned with Sena Foundation in Kampala and Turkiye Diyanet Vakfi (TDV) to unite all the Muslims in the country for this day.
Kasule said that meat was distributed to prisons, http://companyimpact.com/modules/mod_zt_headline/elements/textselection.php police, orphanages, army barracks and schools like Mary Hill, Mbarara H/S and many other organizations in the region without segregation.
The slaughtering he said will continue tomorrow in the districts of Bushenyi, Rubirizi, Sheema and on Saturday in the Kigezi region.
The Muslims were urged to share the meat with their neighbors from the other religious denominations.
During the prayers at Abu-Bakr Jamie Mosque in Kakoba Division, Resident District Commissioner Capt. Martha Asiimwe asked Muslims in the region to pray for peace in the country as they celebrate Idi Adhuha.
The RDC said that the country is at stake if the politicians continue fronting selfish motives to destroy peace for development which NRM government brought in 1986.
Member of Parliament, Dr. Medard Bitekyerezo aso urged Muslims to vote wisely so that the country can remain united even after elections and requested Muslims to encourage their children take up medical courses like nursing since the country is in serious crisis of medical doctors.
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She also vowed to arrest and prosecute any of the two that overlooks this order.
“I have ordered all the security officers including the GISOs to take action on whoever is found carrying out consultative meetings without communication from electoral commission,” said Muhindo.
The RDC further told us that one of the contestants Eng. Seruganda admitted that he had gun. The Security Committee has since asked him to hand over the weapon until the end of the elections to avoid its possible misuse.