Kasese Muslims Asked to be Generous

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Not even morning rains could deter Muslim faithful from turning up to hold prayers at Kasese Muslim secondary school playground in Kasese town.

Not even morning rains could deter Muslim faithful from turning up to hold prayers at Kasese Muslim secondary school playground in Kasese town.
 
The drizzle, which started at about 9am, began just as hundreds of Muslims converged to mark Eid-al-Adha.
 
Prayers were led by the district Kadhi Sheikh Abdul Hakim Juma.
 
However, as the drizzle persisted and increased in intensity, some of the faithful were forced to seek shelter in the classrooms.
 
In his summon, district Kadhi Sheikh Abdu Hakim Juma called upon the Muslims to be generous to others and give to the needy who come for aid.
 
Sheikh Juma asked Muslims to celebrate the day with people regardless of their religion because this is a festival of sacrifice.
 
Muslims in Mponde-Lubiriha town council were led by Sheikh Muhammud at the Mpondwe playground.