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Prince Kakungulu Urges on Faith Muslims as Ramadahn Ends

Executive Director Dr. Simon Kagugube and the Deputy Supreme Muft Shekh Muhamudu Kibato having a chat at the Grand Iftar Dinner at Hotel Africana.

Centenary Bank has today hosted more than 300 members of the Muslim fraternity to an iftar dinner as a sign of solidarity during Ramadhan.  The Iftar is the evening meal after sunset that concludes the daily fasting during the month of Ramadan.

The event that marked the breaking of the day’s fast was graced by Alhajj Dr. Prince Kassim Nakibinge Kakungulu as the guest of honor.

Dr. Prince Kassim Nakibinge Kakungulu urged Centenary Bank to continue to support the Muslim community with such gestures as the iftar dinner for their continuous support to their growth.

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Speaking at the ceremony, Centenary Bank’s Executive Director Simon Kagugube thanked the Muslims for the continued support to the bank and pledged to continue supporting them in their ambitions.

“It gives me great pleasure to welcome and thank you all for accepting our invitation and joining us in our annual Ramadan iftar party. You’ve made us who we are and for this I pledge on behalf of the bank to continue supporting you and wish you well as Ramadhan comes to an end,” Kasi said in his remarks at Hotel Africana.

The Ramadhan period is expected to come to an end early this week.

 

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