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The city's first Muslim Lord Mayor was sworn in at a ceremony held at the Town Hall last night. In a traditional inauguration, Councillor Abdul Osman was officially made Lord Mayor of Leicester at Leicester City Council's annual meeting, held in the Town Hall's chambers. Coun Osman, who joined the city council in 1996, takes over from Councillor Rob Wann. Coun Osman said: "It's an important year, with the Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics, so it's a privilege for me to hold office with everything that's going on.
"I want to focus on visiting the communities and raising the profile of the office of Lord Mayor. I'm proud to be the first Muslim councillor to hold the position – we've had Christian, Hindu, Sikh and now I'm able to bring the Islamic faith to the office which is a great honour." Each year, the new mayor nominates a charity which he will raise money for. Coun Osman has chosen the stroke unit at the Leicester Royal Infirmary and is aiming to raise £60,000 for the cause. He said: "I feel as if it's quite a symbolic issue because it affects everyone regardless of their age, colour or background – and our city is one of the most diverse communities in the country."
Mr Osman is the elected Labour member for the Charnwood Ward of Leicester City Council, family man and enjoy fine food and other people in and around leicester.