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Libya hails Uganda for promoting its investmentsPublish Date: Dec 24, 2013
Libya hails Uganda for promoting its investments
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The country director of World Islamic Call Society Shater Mohamed Khalifa congratulates Sheik Jamil Byandala upon completing four months course in Arabic Language during award certificate ceremony for students who completed the course at Gadafi Mosque in Kampala. Second left is the acting deputy Mufti of Uganda Sheik Khatwib Mukuluwakika. PHOTO/Francis Emorut

By Francis Emorut & Noah Jagwe               

Libyan ambassador, Fawzi Bashir Abukatif, has lauded Uganda for promoting investments of Libya in the country.

“I thank the Government for good hospitality and allowing Libyan investment in the country,” Abukatif told Muslims at Qaddafi Mosque in Kampala.

The ambassador also appreciated the peaceful coexistence between the Muslims and Christians saying the two should continue relating with each other freely.

“I’m pleased to see the Muslims and Christians working together and this should continue in the globalized world,” he said.

Abukatif who was presiding over the award certificate ceremony for over 170 Muslims who completed a four months course in Arabic Language and Koran reciting encouraged the students of Arabic Language to put in practice what they had learnt.

The training was conducted by World Islamic Call Society.

The country director of World Islamic Call Society, Sheik Mohamed Khalifa, commended the Government for allowing his organization to spread Islam and establishing centres in the country.

“Government has given us a conducive environment to operate freely without any hindrance,” Khalifa said.

He warned the Islamic youth against involving themselves in bad habits such drug abuse.

The acting deputy Mufti of Uganda, Sheik Atwibu Mukuluwakika thanked World Islamic Call Society for training the youthful Muslims in Arabic Language and reciting a Koran.

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