July 11, 2020
July 11, 2020

Bwaise Muslims applaud Premier Recruitment For the Food donation


Muslim community in Bwaise Kawempe division receiving goods worth millions shillings for iftar from premier recruitment.

By Andrew Visper

Premier Recruitment, the leading external labour exporters in Uganda has donated food to Muslim community in Bwaise  Kawempe division worth millions shillings.

The items donated include posho, rice, sugar, assorted cooking oil among others as part of it’s Cooperate social responsibility to Muslims during this fasting season.

The financial controller Premier Recruitment Sharifah Nanyombi, revealed that the company is under Ruparelia Group.
while handing over the items, Sharifah said that  the leadership at Masjid Jamia Bwaise wrote to Mr Rajiv Ruparelia the executive director Premier Recruitment to assist them with food stuffs to feed Muslims who break their fast at the mosque.

“Mr Rajiv tasked me and we are here with food items like sugar, posho, rice , water and other stuffs to help our Muslim brothers ” said Nanyombi .

Premier Recruitment is located at 1st floor of Crane Chambers along Kampala road and deals in labour export to countries like Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Qatar among others.

Nanyombi explained that they take ladies who work as house helpers, cleaners to different countries adding that the company helps its clients to get passports, letters of good conduct from the International police and any other requirements for travelling abroad.

“We take you abroad to work, monitor you so that you are safe, this our clients can attest.
We also have jobs for boys who want to work in Qatar.” she added

Imam Sowed Sirajje Wasswa on behalf of Masjid Jamia Bwaise applauded Mr Rajiv for responding to his request and providing food for Muslims who break their fast at the same mosque.

Wasswa said that, Masjid Jamia hosts over 1600 Muslims who come to break their fast at the mosque every day.

“We want to appreciate Mr Rajiv for responding to our call because we are very many here and we still need a lot of help. We need about 4000kgs of food to make sure that people have what to feed after fasting.” Sowedih said.

Sowedih called upon more individuals and companies to assist them with more food to enable them to have a successful holy month of Ramadhan.

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