Secretary for Religious Affairs
The Secretary for Religious Affairs is also member of Majlis Al Ulama and responsible for the following duties.
(a) Coordinating and streamlining Muslim religious affairs and activities at all levels and to guide appropriately;
(b) Working closely with government of Uganda on religious matters;
(c) Keeping record of all religious leaders of the UMSC;
(d) Advising and helping the appointment authority over the appointment of Imams, County Sheikhs, and District Kadhis;
(e) Performing such duties as may be assigned by any organ of the UMSC; and
(f) Working closely with Government on religious matters
Fact File of Secretary for Religious Affairs
SHEIKH SSALI IMRAN ABDNOOR
He is the secretary for Religious Affairs Uganda Muslim Supreme Council (UMSC), a preacher and an imam at the Uganda National Mosque in Kampala popularly known as Ghaddafi Mosque. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Sharia/ law from the International University of Africa.
Below is the Secretary for Religious Affairs handing over an appointment letter to Sheikh Galib Talib Hussein the new Regional Assistant to H.E the Mufti Bunyoro –tooro Muslim Region.
Below is the Secretary for Religious Affairs handing over an appointment letter to the new acting District Kadhi Tooro Muslim District Sheikh Abdu Hakim
Below is the Secretary for Religious Affairs presiding over a hand over ceremony of office from the outgoing Regional Assistant to H.E the Mufti to the new Regional Assistant Bunyoro-tooro Muslim Region.
Below is the Secretary for Religious Affairs presiding over a hand over ceremony of office from the outgoing District Kadhi Sheikh Galib Talib Hussein to the new District Kadhi Tooro Muslim District Sheikh Abdu Hakim.
Some of the box files that keep the records of religious leaders of UMSC in hard copy.
Journalists are Argued to Unit in Order to Tackle Challenges as a Block.
Sheikh Imran Ssali the head of Religious Affairs Department at Uganda Muslim Supreme Council (UMSC) who also graced the function on behalf of the UMSC said that apologizing all the time after buttering and seriously injuring journalists while doing their work is seen to be perpetual and does not heal the wounds.
He called on government to forge a working relationship with the media such that journalists can do their job without being suppressed and intimidated. He argued government to organize trainings for the security personnel and journalists as well such that the two can find a working relationship without being enemies.