MTN Gives to Kibuli Muslims

Food items and gift hampers, worth Shs 24m, were handed to Muslims at Kibuli and Old Kampala mosques on July 18, as part of MTN’s holy month donation drive.

The items included beans, maize flour, cooking oil, rice, sugar and wheat flour.

“MTN Uganda appreciates the significance of the fasting season among the Muslim community. Our visit to the mosques is a testimony to our pledge to continue making a difference in the lives of our customers,” Yasin Ramadhan, the MTN senior manager for planning and optimization in the network division, said.

The Immam of Kibuli Mosque Sheikh Zubairi Sowed hailed MTN for always remembering its customers.

Source : The Observer

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