DTB Bequeaths Food Items to the Muslim Community in Kampala

Cynthia Ruth Naggayi 24th Apr, 2023 Real Estate Mediage PR
DTB Bequeaths Food Items to the Muslim Community in Kampala

Muslims dwelling in Kampala city have received an Iftar food package to celebrate Eid as they end the Ramathan season, thanks to Diamond Trust Bank-DTB. The food items include sacks of Sugar, rice, cooking oil, and flour, among others. Speaking during the handover at the Gadafi Mosque situated at Old Kampala, Andrew Musanje, the Head of Branches & Alternate Business at DTB, said Iftar gives the bank an opportunity to join in fellowship with friends – new and old – to celebrate the diversity of its customers. “We are therefore here on the occasion of Ramadan iftar to celebrate the breaking of the fast – one of the most sacred and joyful rituals of Islam. Our Muslim brothers and sisters across the country and the entire world, have been fasting and breaking the fast together as a sign of celebrating common humanity and the universal values of peace, charity, community, and family,” said Musanje. After receiving the packages from DTB, Sheikh Shaban Mubaje Ramadhan, the Grand Mufti of Uganda, thanked DTB for such a good gesture by DTB and noted that this encourages the Muslim community to strengthen the ties on their side through embracing mobile banking and taking on more products and services DTB has to offer to the world.

About DTB Diamond Trust Bank - DTB is a leading regional bank, listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE). An affiliate of the Aga Khan Development Network, STB has operated in East Africa for over seventy years. DTB's focus on the SME sector's commitment to enhancing convenience for customers through branch network expansion has driven the bank's growth in recent years. With over one hundred and thirty branches in Kenya, Tanzania Uganda, and Burundi some of which are 24/7 digital branches, DTB is committed to enabling people to advance with confidence and success. The bank's heritage and values are articulated in its brand promise, to achieve more and brought to life through an engaged diverse workforce.

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