Latest Update – Sheikh Muzaata Dead, Here is what killed him

Is Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata Batte Dead OR Alive? FIND OUT THE TRUTH

JUST IN – Social media is all frozen with the sad news of the death of Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata Batte…

Family members have confirmed the death of Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata Batte. His body is still currently at International Hospital Kampala (IHK) where he had been hospitalized for a couple of days… However, even before he met his death, there have been reports circulating all over different social media platforms confirming his death…

Kawempe Latif Ssebagala North MP said Friday that Sheikh Muzaatawill be remembered as a person who fought for Islam and stuck by the truth.

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“Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata has died, May Allah strengthens us this is a very difficult time.
My good friend, Imam of Imaam, you will be remembered as a person who fought for Islam and stuck by the truth,” Mr. Ssebagala said.

However, reports coming in allege that Sheikh Batte succumbed to the deadly COVID-19… Therefore we urge you to wear your mask and stick to the SOPs put in place by the Ministry of Health.

Briefly, who is Sheikh Muzaata?

He is a Muslim leader who heads imams and the head of Dawa in Uganda. In addition, he is an Arabic teacher, Islamic religion teacher, marriage teacher, and counselor. Sheikh Muzaata was born in the 1950s to the late Adam Muzaata in Bwaise, Lufula Zone. In addition, which is close to the Kimombasa area. According to credible sources, his father Sheikh Adam Muzaata was an Islamic religious healer who used the Holy Koran to heal the sick.

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