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Islamic Primary Leaving Exam Results 2016 released

Kampala. Link Islamic Schools in Uganda has released the 2016 Islamic Primary Leaving Examination results with the performance increasing by 21.1% compared to last year.

Of the 2020 students who sat for the 2016 exams, 569 passed in div 1, 798 passed in div 2, 430 passed in div 3, 210 passed in division 4 and 13 failed the exams.

Buddo Islamic in Wakiso district, Happy years in Masaka, King Faisal Ps in Mbale, and Isam Islamic Ps in Pallisa district performed well with all their students who sat for the exams passed in division one.

The best students were Gadaf Kabuye of Lufuka Islamic Ps in Wakiso district, Naluwooza Asia, Nsubuga Abdulrashid of Buddo Islamic Ps, Nalumansi Kauthar of Buddo Islamic Ps, Masembe Anuwar of King Faisal Islamic Ps Mbale, Khanisa Sulaiman of Answar Ps Lyantonde, Isa Bruhan Ssekisambu of Nakasero mosque Kampala, Lutaya Ukasha of Buraq Islamic Ps in Mpigi and Kayima Rabah of Uthman Bin Affan Islamic Ps in Iganga


Speaking during the release of the exams at the UMSC headquarters at Old Kampala, the deputy Mufti of Uganda, Sheikh Ssemambo Abuddalah, called for unity among Muslims in order to solve the problems which are facing the Muslim community.

Deputy Mufti accused some people who don’t want Muslims to unite with the aim of destroying the Muslim religion all over the world.

Deputy mufti also called upon Muslims to put more emphasis on education in order to gain a competition for the world market. Byte –ssemambo

Sheikh Semambo dismissed allegations that Muslims are terrorists saying that Muslims are peace lovers who and not interested in killing people. Byte

He asked Muslim leaders at Nakasero mosque not to pin the IGP, Gen. Kale Kayihura, since he recently came out and apologized to the Muslim community over the Police attack on Nakasero and Kiwatule Mosques. Byte.

The chairman Link of Islamic schools in Uganda, Sheikh Sulaiman Mutebi complained against parents who are reluctant to pay school fess Byte



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