Muslims in Bugiri have been urged to desist from immoral acts like adultery and to continue in the correct path even after the end of Ramadhan.
The call was made by the district Khadi Bugiri, Sheikh Dawuda Musoga during Eid-el-fitr prayers at Hindocha primary school on May 13.
He said some muslims have tendency of resorting to their old bad habits after the fasting season which is against the Islamic teachings.
Musoga urged muslims to embrace government programmes like Operation Wealth Creation and Emyooga to enable them uplift their household income.
“Poverty in homesteads is the source of conflicts amongst couples and that’s why you should work hard to fight that enemy,” he said.
He urged muslims to guard against contracting Covid-19 by observing standard operating procedures while in public.
“This disease is real and is continuing to claim huge numbers of people in other countries,” he said.
Bugiri Municipality MP, Asuman Basalirwa, urged Muslims to enrol their children into universal primary and secondary education to ensure they have a bright future.
Basalirwa said he was elected Imam for parliament just because he was able to fully complete his secular and Arabic studies.