The Supreme Mufti, Sheikh Siliman Kasule Ndirangwa has said he stepped down from the position of supreme mufti because he could not stomach the fights within the Kibuli establishment among other reasons.
Addressing the media last evening, Ndirangwa noted that he could not keep his position due to endless disagreements among different sheikhs at Kibuli.
He also thanked the leadership of Kibuli for the opportunity given to him to serve Islam for the time he been the supreme mufti.
Ndirangwa was named the supreme mufti to head the Kibuli based Muslim faction after the death of Sheikh Zubair Kayongo in 2015.
He was well known for his preaching against moral decadence in society and reverence of God.