The grandfather of Islam in Kibuli Prince Kassimu Nakibinge has condemned the increasing betting among youth. He says betting can’t make any one rich or economically empowered. Nakibinge has called for unity coordination from both religious and cultural leaders in ending betting among youths.
Furthermore Prince Nakibinge has condemned the terror acts of shooting innocent Ugandans especially the recent one in which a business man and his wife in Gayaza were gunned leaving even two police officers dead. Meanwhile he wished all Muslims a happy Edi Adhuha and urged Muslims to share with the needy and poor people during this Edi until Thursday.
Nakibinge also vowed to respond to the DPP summon in court over threats on his life. This follows the DPP office concluding the findings of alleged suspects who since last year wanted to kill him. These same suspects are said to be also behind the Muslim killings that have occurred country wide.
However Nakibinge says he is eager to see these people and know the reasons as to why they want to terminate his life and other Muslims.