Muslim leaders commit to achieving unity A group of Muslim professionals in the country has committed to finding solutions to the long standing issue of Muslim unity. This was announced at a symposium of Muslim professionals in Kigali, yesterday. The symposium was organised by Network of Muslim Professionals (NMP) to assess the transformation of the image of Islam in the country over the past 120 years and devise efforts to promote the group and national interests. The group founded in 2013 said it had devised strategies to achieve Muslim unity and strengthen Islam in Rwanda. “Our objective is advocacy for Muslim community, unity, promoting good governance, help initiate development projects in order to strengthen Islam,” said Dr Rajab Mugabo, president of the association. He said capacity building, accountability, strategic planning as well as entrepreneurship training will be core in their efforts.