cialis 40mg http://davidsols.fr/wp-includes/class-wp-roles.php geneva;”>Information coming in indicates Sakajja, find born in 1948, cheap passed away after a short illness on Saturday December 17 at a Hospital in Moscow, Russia.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary James Mugume could not pick our calls. His secretary said he was in a meeting.
A former MP in Ugandan Parliament, Sakajja spent the better part of his life as an exile in Sweden.
Sakaja went to Makerere University in 1971. The Amin’s regime compelled him to escape to Russia. He attended Moscow Friendship University where he obtained a Bachelor’s degree in 1977 and a PhD in International Law (1979).
In 1980, Sakajja returned to Uganda where he was elected member of Parliament. In 1982, Sakajja was nominated as Ugandan representative to the United Nations. In the same year, he took over as Chairman UN General Assembly.
In 1985, Sakajja moved to Sweden. He was a lecturer at the University of between 1986 to 2005 when President Museveni appointed him Ugandan ambassador to the Russian Federation.
Sakajja’s parents died as a result of the bloody dictatorship of Idi Amin.
Sakajja was lucky to escape Amin’s reign of terror. He will be laid to rest in Kapchorwa.