KAMPALA — Movit Products limited through Movit brand on Friday extended support to the Muslim fraternity through Old Kampala and Kibuli Mosques as part of their ongoing efforts to reach out to those in need during the holy month.
In his remarks, Musa Mutebi, the Trade Marketing Manager, Movit Products said that Movit has had a long-term working relationship with the Muslim fraternity.
He observed that, “As a home-grown brand with a rich Ugandan history, Movit Products Limited recognizes the importance of observing Ramadhan and the value of giving and sharing. We have been working closely with the Muslim leadership and believers at different levels over the past five (5) years.”
“At Movit, we are encouraged by your continued partnership and steadfastness in the Muslim faith, and that is why today we join you on this journey you started a few weeks ago,” He commended, adding that, “Faith is a very key aspect of society and has the potential to build or to destroy any community.”
During the handover, Mutebi stated that, “Please accept out token of an assortment of Movit Skin Care Products and food items that include Rice, Sugar, Maize Flour, Cooking Oil, Wheat Flour and Washing Soap. These items are valid at Ushs. 7 million and some of which have been or are yet to be delivered to other Mosques.”
According to the holy Quran, Allah will double fold the reward of the charity giver, as seen in Al Hadid: 18 which says; “Verily those who give alms–be they men or women, -and give Allah a beautiful loan shall be repaid after increasing it many times; and theirs shall be a generous reward.” Thank you for allowing us to partake of this blessings.
Sheikh Ali Shiyuyoo, Executive Imaam National Mosque – Ghadhafi Old Kampala, thanked Movit for giving back to the Muslim community. “Giving back is an important aspect of our faith and of any society. It is unfortunate that many forget to remember those that supported and contributed to your growth, however, Movit has remembers and therefore, may Allah remember you too.”
Sheikh Abudu Salam Mutyaaba, Executive Imaam Kibuli Mosque, commended the staff and management of Movit for not tiring in doing good especially during Ramadhan. “On behalf of fellow believers, we wish to express our gratitude to you for the investment you continue to make during Ramadhan when many need it. Those that receive this support attest to the value and change it brings to their lives”
Ramadhan is the ninth month of the Muslim year, during which strict fasting is observed from dawn to sunset. The common practice during Ramadan includes a pre-dawn meal before the fast called the “suhur”, while the meal at sunset that breaks the fast is the “Iftar”.
Muslims also engage in increased prayer and charity during Ramadhan. The Ramadhan period is expected to come to an end in mid-May, to be confirmed by