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Ummah Foundation honours Ugandan scholar



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Ummah Foundation has honoured a Ugandan Islamic scholar for his selfless work in the socio-economic emancipation of Muslims in the neighbouring country and his role in uplifting the education standards of the Muslim community.
The recognition for Imam Idd Kasozi was made last week during his visit to Kenya where he toured various projects undertaken by the Foundation. He was part of a team of officials from Uganda who were in the country for a learning experience on the education and social-economic projects run by Ummah Foundation.
The officials visited the Naivasha and Kamiti Maximum prisons where the Foundation through the Prisoner Rehabilitation Programme has embarked on various projects to better the spiritual and social conditions of inmates.
While addressing inmates at Kamiti Maximum prison, Imam Kasozi advised them to appreciate the gift of life while in prison and actively participate in educational programs to improve their life skills.
The team from Uganda included Sheikh Muhammed Mulajje, the Chief Prison Imam, Ms. Nuuru Katerega Mbarwowere from Murchison Bay Prison Luzira, Hasiyo Adams from Uganda Prison Headquarters, Kampala and Muhammad Katotto , the Executive Officer Ummah Foundation Uganda
Imam Kasozi is the Imam of Mawanga Mosque in Kampala and the vice chairman of the Uganda Muslim Youth Assembly (UMYA). He is also the founder of the Imam Kasozi Climate change project and the Mia Mia Foundation which is mirrored on Kenya’s One Shilling Foundation-a sister organization of Ummah Foundation


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