Luwero Muslims praise ONC Boss Namyalo for generosity, continued collaboration with UMSC


Luwero Muslim County leader Sheikh Swaibu Kande has appreciated Hajjat Hadija Uzeiye Namyalo, the manager of the Office National Chairman for the generosity and good collaboration maintained with the top leadership of the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council (UMSC).

Sheikh Kande was speaking at the function on Friday where he was inaugurated as the County leader for Muslim County at Bukasa Luweero Sub-County in the central Ugandan district.

He pledged to work with all political organizations to foster the socio-economic transformation of Muslims, in general using government programs that line with Islamic teachings.

Gadaffi informed the gathering that, the time for the general elections will be in 2026 but at the moment all are duty-bound to support the community for socio-economic transformation.

He added that the Islamic faith teaches people to be hard working but without land which is a prime factor of production, the teachings are constrained and promised to organize community engagements to sensitise them more about land issues.

Mr Gadaffi also applauded Sheikh Kande for being a receptive leader to all individuals with different political and ideological affiliations.

He promised to ensure that, all the support needed from the NRM government shall be provided to transform the Muslim community into securing their future through shared prosperity as objected by the NRM manifesto 2021- 2026.

Luwero district is among those where land conflicts between the landlords and Bibanja owners are highly registered, which has contributed to unemployment since peasants especially the Bibanja owners can not take on investments in agriculture to fight poverty for fear of eviction.

The Office of the National Chairman is charged with several concentration areas among which is to strongly contribute towards ending the eviction of Bibanja owners as directed by the National Chairman – NRM / President of the Republic of Uganda HE YK Museveni.