The Uganda Muslim Supreme Council (UMSC) has come out to send a message of comfort to General Katumba Wamala upon his loss during the attempt on his life this week.
In their statement, UMSC said it stands together with the rest of the country while expressing their heart felt condolences towards General Katumba for his double loss during the June 1st attack.
During the attempt on the life of General Katumba Wamala, both his daughter Brenda Nantogo Wamala and his driver Haruna Kayondo, unfortunately, lost their lives from multiple bullet wounds.
Many religious institutions have come out to express their condolences including the President of the country and now the UMSC fraternity has made the list as their message to the general read;
“UMSC joins the rest of Ugandans to express its heartfelt condolences to Gen. Katumba on the double loss. We pray to Almighty God to grant you courage and strength during these painful and sad moments that have befallen your family.”
Right after, the council condemned the act of killing other people as they stated that basing on the Holy Quran, it is a grave sin for one person to take the life of another.
“Killing is a grave sin that shouldn’t be condoned as Allah says that in the Holy Quran chapter 5:32 “…….who so slays a soul not retaliate for a soul slain, nor for corruption done in the land, shall be as if he had slain mankind altogether; And who so give life to soul, shall be as if he had given life to mankind altogether…….”
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It went on to warn that despite the fact that the security personnel’s have not yet captured the assassin’s, everything may go unseen by the eyes of men but nothing goes unnoticed by the eyes of Allah.
They further urged people to come in and help the government in every way that is humanely possible to ensure that those that committed the evil act are captured and handed over to the hands of the law.