The National Unity Platform presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine has called off his campaign following the death of Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata who passed on Friday at International Hospital Kampala IHK. He was on Saturday expected to campaign in Bulambuli Bukedea and Ngora.
“Tomorrow, we were supposed to be in Bulambuli, Bukedea and Ngora with our message of freedom. However, in light of the untimely passing of our esteemed elder Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata, we are rescheduling this program to be able to mourn with his family and loved ones,” Bobi Wine Said.
Earlier, Kyagulanyi eulogised Sheikh Muzaata upon hearing about his death. He described it as a sad moment the muslim fratanity and the country.
“It is difficult to come to terms with the fact that you are no longer in our midst, but that is life. From Allah (SWT) we come, and to Allah (SWT) we return,” he tweeted.
Other Presidential Candidates including Mugisha Muntu of the Alliance for National Transformation and independent candidate, Henry Tumukunde have also eulogised Sheikh Muzaata
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“A short while ago, I learnt of the passing of yet another giant of the Islamic faith, Sheikh Muzaata. This is a heavy blow not only to our Muslim brothers and sisters, but the entire nation. Our thoughts, prayers and support go out to the family at this unbearable time,” Mugisha Muntu said.
“I join the Ugandan Muslim Community in mourning the death of Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata.A man who spoke his mind without fear or favour. Our sincerest condolences go to the Muslim community, friends & family of the deceased.May His Soul Rest in Peace & May Allah grant him Janaa,” Henry Tumukunde said.