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Ugandan Gas Station Worker who delivered Friday sermon In Qatar Gifted Umrah Trip

 

 

A Ugandan petrol station worker in Qatar who won the hearts of social media users after he gave a sermon has been gifted an Umrah trip.  The man has received numerous gifts from different people after a video of him giving the sermon was shared online, and it went viral The youthful man spoke to the congregation through a mosque microphone for at least two minutes and 20 seconds without reading any material

 

 

A Ugandan working at a gas station in Qatar, who delivered a Friday sermon at a mosque when the imam was late, has been gifted an Umrah Trip to Mecca.

 

The man has received numerous gifts from different people after a video of him giving the sermon was shared online, and it went viral. The youthful man spoke to the congregation through a mosque microphone for at least two minutes and 20 seconds without reading any material

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“Praise be to Allah, the cherished and the sustainer of the world. Alla, who has enabled us to gather here this morning. Let the peace and blessing be upon Prophet Muhhamad,” said Rashid. “I would like to take this opportunity to thank the people of Hamlat at Tayyibah Lill Wajj Hall Umrah for the opportunity they gave me last time when I presented my khutba during Jumu’ah prayer,” added the young man.

 

A grateful Abdul Rashid also thanked the team that took him to Makkah and Madina. When the video of Abdul Rashid on the pulpit of a mosque, dressed as a gas station worker while delivering an eloquent and sound Arabic sermon, went viral, he received so many gifts. The video clip shared on the Ajial Educational Center Twitter handle showed him delivering the sermon without looking at written material, and was praised for memorising verses from Quran.

 

“In the context of promoting righteous behaviour and tolerant Islamic values, the participants in the programme honoured the Ugandan gas worker”, Ajial tweeted. The centre welcomed him with a corridor of honour amid the applause of the centre’s children, who threw flowers at him and gave him a standing ovation.

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