Fadhilah Islamic Schools launch Holy Quran recitation competition

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KAMPALA — Proprietors of Fadhilah Islamic Schools have launched the Fadhilah International Quran Competitions for reciting the Holy Quran.

The competition launched Tuesday April 20 launched at an event held at Fadhilah Islamic School, Katalemwa Kawanda in Matugga seeks to encourage the current generation to recite the Holy Quran with clarification of some provisions of intention.

The launch was presided over by the Director Hajji Hasan Mugoya and Dr Rashid Yahaya Ssemuddu the former Ugandan Ambassador to Saudi Arabia who toured the school’s main campus and planted trees.

Other directors present were Mayambala Noah and Shafi Manafa.

Mr. Mugoya who is the Founder Fadhilah International Quran Competitions said the competition aims to provide a rich Islamic experience to the country and the world by highlighting the diversity of the cultures of the Islamic world, which is reflected in the different methods of reciting the Quran.

Hajji Mugoya also said the competitions hope to encourage a better understanding of the Holy Quran and its recitations among Muslim youth, as well as promoting the nature of Islam which “rejects extremism and intolerance in all its forms.”

Hajji Mugoya stated that Fadhilah’s interest in competition and allocating the largest resources to winners expresses his belief in the importance of Holy Quran and instilling its values in the hearts of generations—with an emphasis on the need for this encouragement also be done by parents with the participation of their children in this distinguished competition.

Applications for have been opened Tuesday April 20 and will close in June

Registration is open here.

While physical applications can be delivered at Ham Property Management opposite Old Kampala primary school and Fadhilah Islamic School Katalemwa.

The competition is part of a packed schedule in 2021.

“The competition will be for the most beautiful reciting of the Holy Qur’an, and competitors from all over the world are invited” he said.

Dr. Ssemuddu commended the idea and called for more innovations aimed at uplifting and promoting Islamic religion.

The winners of the competition will be warded fully sponsored Umrah and Hijjah among other gifts.

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