It is estimated that Muslims in Uganda constitute between 14 and 20 percent of the population. The Uganda Muslim Supreme Council (UMSC) is the governing body of all Muslims in Uganda. Founded in 1972, the body unifies all Muslims in Uganda as a national umbrella organization for all Muslim groups, institutions, and associations. Associations such as the ‘Kibuli group’, the Ismaili, foreign associations such as the World Islamic Call Society, and a few minor groups such as the Ahmadiyya of Kampala are Muslim groups that are answerable to the UMSC.