“Sheikh Muzaata was a teacher; not just to those who profess the Islamic faith, but to all of us who believe in truth and in Justice. He told us not what we wanted to hear, but what we needed to hear. He used to say the truth as it was. It is sad that he is no longer with us,” Bobi Wine said.
He further said that the words Muzaata said as far back as the 1990s were recorded and are usually played back to listen as one would listen to music.
And he concluded that while alive, Muzaata was a powerful man and still is, even in his death.
He said Muzaata’s power is the reason why he got killed and said those who killed him are trying to kill his legacy too.
“Yes, I want to state it firmly that in the absence of a convincing explanation for his death, one year later, there is a strong possibility that dictator Museveni’s regime murdered Sheikh Muzaata – the same way it continues to murder our Muslim clerics. I challenge the regime to come up with compelling proof to the contrary,” Bobi Wine said.
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