Gaddafi to open mosque
Publish Date: Feb 08, 2006
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By Mariam Nalunkuuma
LIBYAN President Col. Muammar Gaddafi is expected to open the national mosque under construction at the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council (UMSC) headquarters, Old Kampala.
UMSC secretary general Edris Kasenene said the mosque, which will accommodate 15,000, will be completed before June this year.
He said UMSC offices, a health centre, library and a centre for short courses, a conference hall with a 250-seat capacity and the residence of the Mufti, would also be established on the grounds at Old Kampala.

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