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Byline: Ephraim Kasozi
Muslim leaders who use their positions to misappropriate property risk punishment based on Shariah laws, Sheikh Abdul-Hakiim Ssekimpi, the leader of the Muslim sect of Jamaat Daawa Asalafia, has warned.
"Any leader who tampers with Muslim property risks facing tough punishments based on the Islamic laws," Sheikh Ssekimpi said. The Muslim leader sounded the warning last week after receiving documents of Masgid Hidaaya Mosque and a school in Nanfuka Zone in Rubaga Division from the managing director of …