UGANDA – Former Imam Turns into Advocate for Muslim-Background Believers in Uganda

International Christian Concern | Oct. 31, 2018

Hassan Muwanguzi is a former imam who converted to Christianity in 2003 after attending an interfaith debate. At the event, he was convicted of his sins and placed his trust in Christ. Prior to his conversion, he was involved in public debates, after studying Islamic Law (Sharia) at the Islamic University in Uganda.

During my time as a seasoned Islamic teacher and debater, I won many Christians to Islam and got countrywide recognition because of my wit,” said Hassan. “But I am not proud about that. I am a changed man and I love Christ and the work of encouraging converts from Islam that he has called me to do.

International Christian Concern (ICC) visited Hassan at his small office in Kabuna village, Budaka District, where he runs a shelter for Muslim-background believers.