Sheikh Shaban Ramadhan Mubaje has been named the new chairperson of the Inter-Religious Council of Uganda.
Shk Mubajje who has been serving as the co-chair of the council will be serving for two years as its head.
While addressing the media on Monday on their end year statement at the IRCU headquarters, viagra http://contesta.fusolab.net/ltimeold.php Sheikh Mubaje said he was grateful for the responsibility given to him, click http://codapostproduction.com/wp/wp-includes/option.php promising not to let the council down.
The IRCU was noticeably vocal during the preparations for last February’s presidential elections, organizing two presidential debates; one of which was for the first time attended by all contestants.
On the council’s achievements of the year, the new chairman noted that their aim was to create a non- partisan, impartial and independent platform where Ugandans would have an opportunity to discuss and consensus on many things.
“We want people to freely take part in issues concerning national values, diversity, service delivery, political governance, an including economy and finding the scourge of corruption in the country”