The social, economic and political differences currently being experienced across Uganda should not affect Muslims living in the United States of America, Uganda American Muslim Association (UAMA) has said.
To ensure that the diverse differences experienced by Muslims in Uganda do not affect how they relate in the USA; a mega get-together symposium is being organized to foster unity among Muslims based in the States.
The symposium to be hosted by Uganda Muslim Youth of Boston under the theme “Re-invent, & Re-energize” will be attended by Ugandan-based Muslim clerics like Imam Ahmed Kyeyune and Shiekh Bruhan Kiti among others.
According to Uganda American Muslim Association, the symposium was started to foster unity among Ugandans amidst their political, social and economic differences emanating from back home.
The event is an annual event which was only hampered by the occurrence of COVID-19. This year’s symposium will also be a fete where attendants will also make merry.
The Muslim Youth of Boston usually engage in many activities intended to bring them together and this year’s symposium is just one of the many activities that they have been organizing including Iddi day celebrations.
At such events, they have invited the Mayor of Waltham, Mayor McCarthy, and the head of the Waltham Police Department encouraged Ugandans to work together.
The police chief said that Ugandans who wish to join the Police of Waltham to work closely with him would be helped to join.