Exhibit Honesty, It keeps you pure - Kyagulanyi to Moslems

Exhibit Honesty, It keeps you pure - Kyagulanyi to Moslems
Robert Kyagulanyi

The President of National Unity Platform Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu has implored the Muslim fraternity and Ugandans in particular to exhibit honesty, especially during this holy season Ramadhan and the post-easter period.

While officiating at the Iftar dinner prepared by the National Unity Platform at their party home in Makerere-Kavule on Monday evening, the party's Principal vehemently criticised the lack of transparency that has contaminated the state of affairs, a message which also dominated all worship centres during their Easter prayers.

"Purity is the only way to live an exemplary and dignified life. If you are not honest and trustworthy, then why should people look at you as a model? When you are honest and pure, you owe people no explanations other than earning their trust," said Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu.

According to the Party Spokesperson and leader of the opposition Joel Ssenyonyi, the muslim fraternity has a reason to be timid of the rate at which Muslims are the first suspects when dealing with murders or terrorism by courts of law.

"You are always the first to be netted when such suspicions arise. Some of your colleagues are in jail, cases are not heard in time, you need to rise," remarked Ssenyonyi, the leader of opposition.

During the Iftar prayers, the families of the alleged missing persons and the suspects currently held by court-martial and the deceased were given alms and food aid for the remaining days of Ramadhan.

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