sildenafil http://decisionpro.biz/templates/yoo_revista/warp/helpers/dom.php geneva; font-size: small;”>Betty Nakanwagi passed way at around 1:00am at Nakasero Hospital in Kampala, http://citadelgroup.com.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-comments.php according to officials at Mengo, the administrative seat of Buganda Kingdom.
This brings the death toll to four.
This includes Kababa Ronald Mutebi’s chief guard Captain Stephen Mivule Kisitu – who passed away on Sunday.
A “mad woman” reportedly blew up the security house after being intercepted at Bulange’s main gate on a mission to harm a Mengo official last Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II praised the late Captain Stephen Mivule Kisitu for his devotion to serving the Kingdom.
Captain Mivule who had been heading Kabaka’s Protection Unit passed away from Nakasero Hospital where he had been undergoing treatment after sustaining severe injuries from the fire.
One woman died on the spot while six where rushed to Namirembe Hospital and were later transferred to Nakasero Hospital.
In his message read by the Katikkiro of Buganda J B Walusimbi at Mivule’s burial, Kabaka remarked that the guard had departed at the time when the Kingdom needed him the most.
He described him as a dedicated man whose devotion can only be witnessed in the manner he has changed the Protection Unit in the 9 months of his service.
Kabaka added that the Kingdom will dearly miss his services as he has left a big vacuum in the Kingdom’s security.
Mutebi thanked his parents for having groomed him well and educating him to benefit the entire country as a trained soldier in the artillery department.
Walusimbi in his message described the late Captain as a good leader who changed Kabaka’s protection Unit and was able to train them to improve their effectiveness in protecting the Kabaka.
Katikkiro added that Captain Mivule fronted education and not only to himself but to his juniors too which made him a good leader with great skills that will ever be missed by the Kingdom.
“He was always available for service each time he would be called upon,” said Walusimbi.
Katikkiro, however, told mourners that the Kingdom will wait for the report from the police which he will communicate to the entire Kingdom but that at the moment, the really cause of the fire is not yet ascertained.
Captain Mivule was a graduate of Social Work and Social Administration joined in the Army where he qualified in Artillery and later joined Law Development Center where he obtained a Diploma in law.
He was laid to rest at his ancestral ground in Naluvule, Wakiso district.
Two other victims Aisha Nayiga, Vincent Katende and Betty Nakanwagi are still undergoing treatment at Nakasero Hospital.