Last year, Coca-Cola visited over 100 mosques countrywide offering them foodstuffs and soft drinks to assist in breaking their fast.
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Liquid Telecom and Coca-Cola make Ramadhan Contribution to Muslim Communities

Liquid Telecom Uganda, the leading independent data, voice and IP provider in Eastern, Central and Southern Africa has joined the Uganda Muslim fraternity in fasting and observing the month of Ramadhan.

The company handed over basic items like soap, foodstuff and baking powder to the Muslim Community at Kibuli Mosque recently as a sign of acknowledgement to the support made by the Muslim community towards the company.

“We believe that the milestone achieved by the firm is as a result of the overwhelming support that we enjoy from the public and therefore we must reciprocate the love. There is no better way of doing than joining our Muslim brothers to observe this holy month in fasting,” said Dennis Kahindi the Liquid Telecom Uganda Chief Executive Officer.

Kahindi said the company’s future-focused approach to new product development makes its services enduringly adaptable.

Meanwhile, Samuel Nabwiiso reports that the Coca-Cola company has also handed over essential items to the House of Zakat organization in a bid to recognize and celebrate the Holy month of Ramadhan with the Ugandan Muslim community.

House of Zakat is a charity organization that collects zakat (alms) and distributes them to the people in need.

In partnership with SWT rice and Crystal oil, Coca-Cola handed over 250 cartons of soda and mineral water, 100 packs of rice and 240 bottles of cooking oil at Coca-Cola’s bottling plant in Namanve.

Kahindi said the company’s future-focused approach to new product development makes its services enduringly adaptable.
Kahindi said the company’s future-focused approach to new product development makes its services enduringly adaptable.

Coca Cola Sales Manager Ivan Oboth congratulated the Ugandan Muslim Community upon reaching another Holy Month of Ramadhan.

“As a brand that unites Ugandans across different religions, cultures and socio-economic divides, we are proud to support the Muslim community with items that will assist them in preparing their Iftar meals.

“Apart from producing these products, it is our responsibility to ensure that they are closer to our consumers especially during the important occasions in their lives.

“We realize that during this season, Muslims spend time together worshipping and sharing food and we are proud to add our package to this celebration,” said Oboth.

Deputy Supreme Mufti and CEO House of Zakat Sheik Mahmood Kibaate thanked Coca-Cola for having the spirit of sharing, especially during this holy month.

“At this time in Ramadhan is when we need to reach out to the underprivileged the most. I thank Coca-Cola for entrusting us with the responsibility of distributing these items to the communities.

“We ask the Almighty Allah to reward Coca-Cola abundantly and request them to continue with this program,” he noted.

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic Lunar calendar. Every day during this month, Muslims around the world spend the daylight hours in a complete fast to purify the soul, refocus attention on God, and practice self-sacrifice.

Last year, Coca-Cola visited over 100 mosques countrywide offering them foodstuffs and soft drinks to assist in breaking their fast.