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Apollo Kakonge, the co-ordinator, West Ankole Civil Society Forum (WACSOF), said Mushanga was a reflection of an educated man.
The Mitooma district chairperson, Benon Karyaija noted that the deceased was a resourceful man who had a lot of values to instil in the people.
“He was not corrupt and inspired people to write and read great books,” Karyaija said.
For Willis Bashasha, the Bushenyi district chairperson, Mushanga’s boldness was beyond comparison.
He was a great scholar who aimed at eradicating poverty, ignorance and illiteracy.
Prof. Mushanga, 84, died on Wednesday night at Mbarara referral hospital.
Sources close to him said he succumbed to low blood pressure.
He is likely to be laid to rest on Sunday with President Museveni expected to be the chief mourner.