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The Uganda Police has finalized it's decision and banned prayers that were held up by the parliamentary Imam. The reason being is that

Uganda Police Cancels National Jumma Prayers Destined At Kololo Ceremonial Grounds

The Uganda Police has finalized it’s decision and banned prayers that were held up by the parliamentary Imam. The reason is that he never asked permission from the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council, a body that governs the Muslim faith.

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However, the Uganda police spokesperson, CP Fred Enanga, urged earlier this morning that the National Jumma prayers that were scheduled to take place at Kololo memorial grounds, will therefore not appear. He concluded by urging the Imam to first seek permission from the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council.

According to the Uganda Police spokesman, Fred Enanga, it’s only UMSC to authorize any program concerning the Muslim faith in the country and in case of any misconduct with the Muslim management, no activity is allowed to take place in the country.

“We want to reassure members of the Muslim community and the public at large, that all other prayers on this major day of the Muslim calendar will proceed without any security concerns, as we await any other request that is in full compliance with the provisions of the Public Order Management Act, Section 5.”

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