Mosques across the country were on Tuesday morning filled with worshipers for prayers.
KAMPALA - Muslims in different parts of the country converged at their respective mosques to celebrate Eid Aduha on Tuesday.
Eid Aduha is an important day in the Islamic faith and a public holiday in Uganda.
The day is celebrated when muslims slaughter animals in remembrance of Prophet Ibrahim and Ismail.
According to a statement issued by the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council (UMSC), the national Eid prayers were held at the National Mosque in Old Kampala.
The prayers were led by the Mufti of Uganda Sheik. Shaban Ramadhan Mubajje.
How muslims celebrated Eid Aduha in different parts of the country.
MBARARA (By Abdulkarim Ssengendo)
Hundreds of Muslims turned up for Eid prayers at Abubakar Jamier Mosque in western Uganda.
Mbarara district chairman Capt. JB Bamuturaki Tumusiime encouraged muslims to educate their children and engage in income-generating activities. He also commended them for remaining united and supporting government programmes.
SOROTI (By Emmanuel Alomu)
Prayers at Soroti Sports Ground on Tuesday in eastern Uganda.
ARUA (By Bosco King)
Muslims in Arua distirct attended Eid prayers at Ragem Mosque in northen Uganda.
KAMPALA (By Eddie Ssejjoba)
Prayers at Nakivubo Blue Primary School in central Uganda. Prayers were led by Ahmed Kasujja.
KAMPALA (By Farooq Kasule)
Prayers at Kibuli Mosque.
After prayers, faithful were treated to a meal at Prince Kassim Nakibinge's home.
KABALE (By Job Apuuli)
Prayers at Ndorwa Mosque
KAMPALA (By Kennedy Oryema)
Sheikh Sulaiman Kakeeto led prayers during Eid Aduha celebrations at Clock Tower, Kampala.