The Mufti of Uganda sheikh Shaban Ramadhan Mubajje has called on all Muslims to embrace hard work, peace, reconciliation and forgiveness as they observe the holy month of Ramadan.
The Mufti made this remarks yesterday at the Uganda Muslim supreme council headquarters while officially launching the month of Ramathan in Kampala.
“I therefore urge all Muslims to work hard in this month of Ramadan and earn more rewards from Allah by praying, reciting the holy Quran, reconciliation and forgiving one another.”
According to the Mufti of Uganda, Fasting has been a generational act right from the time of prophets.
“Fasting has been prescribed to you and decreed upon you as it was decreed upon those that were there before you so that you become righteous”.
Ramathan is a holy month of worship, studying of the Quran and it occurs during the month in which the Muslims believe the Quran begun to be revealed to the prophet.
Sheikh Mubajje also made q call to countries that are currently at war to stop blood shade in the holy month of Ramadan.
“The leaders in fighting countries engaging in peace talks should cease fire; we thank those countries that have already ceased fire in respect of Ramadan like in Yemen.