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Mr Museveni made the remarks while paying his last respects to Mzee Kaisa when he paid a visit to the deceased’s home on Saturday evening to express his condolences to the family and relatives.
The late Kaisa’s mortal remains were laid to rest on Sunday after he succumbed to Parkinson’s disease on November 19 aged 95 years.
The President saluted Mzee Kaisa for nurturing and educating his children like Dr. Margaret Kaisa who served in various portfolios in the United Kingdom.
He advised his children who have attained a diversity of educational qualifications, including business administration, to ensure that they continue their late father’s dream of to ensure the success of his enterprising spirit such as chicken rearing, dairy farming, milk processing, maize production and processing as well as commercial food growing ventures.
Parliament Speaker, Hon Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga, State Minister for Regional Affairs, Mr. Asuman Kiyingi, Kamuli LC5 Chairperson, Salaamu Musumba, Bishop Emeritus Cyprian Bamwoze, among others, attended the burial.
During the same weekend, Museveni also paid his last respects to departed Bukanga County MP, Gregory Matovu, who recently succumbed to throat cancer at Nakasero Hospital in Kampala.