Member of the Judiciary, stomach http://chuckatuckhistory.com/wp-admin/includes/schema.php the legal fraternity, cheap family members and friends this morning to converged at Our Lady of Africa Catholic church in Mbuya for the requiem mass of the fallen Kiboga chief magistrate Francis Kobusheshe.
Kobusheshe passed away yesterday at Case Hospital in Kampala due to brain hemorrhage.
At the mass presided over by Rev Fr Paulino Mondo, the Deputy Chief Justice Stephen Kavuma called upon the ‘concerned authorities’ to hasten investigations and produce a report on the death of the 42 year old magistrate.
The Deputy Chief Justice blamed Kobusheshe’s demise on the lack of sufficient medical attention, “because of the medics were out for Christmas.”
It’s now commonplace that during the festive season, many hospitals are without adequate doctors as most of them are out enjoying their annual leave. This could tantamount to negligence,” he said.
Justice Kavuma on the other hand applauded the deceased for his good service in especially mentoring his juniors at work. He revealed that preparations were underway for the deceased to be flown out for operation when he breathed his last.
The widow Mrs Harriet Kobusheshe in her short speech described Kobusheshe as a loving and caring husband whom she has handed over to the Almighty God to judge with mercy.
On behalf of the children, 15 year old Akora Martha said her father was a good friend in the short life they spent with him.
“On his death bed he asked us not to cry when he’s gone because he would have gone to a better place,” she said.
After the mass, the body was taken to Ruganzi, Mabwona in Ibanda District where burial will take place tomorrow December 31.
Kobusheshe was born on 05/10/1972 in Ibanda District to Mrs Turinabo Mirabu and the late Bakora Silver.
He went to Mabonwa Catholic Primary school from 1978- 1985, and then joined St Joseph Vocational school in 1986 to 1992.
He went to the Law Development Center in Kampala where he got a post graduate diploma in legal practice
In 1999 he served as a Grade one magistrate and in 2010 he was promoted to the level of chief magistrate which he served up to his death.
The Chairperson of the Commission of the African Union (AU), troche http://clearskinconcierge.com/acne/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-23-related-posts-plugin/compatibility.php Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma has reiterated the need to deploy a special force in Burundi to stabilise the strife-torn country despite protests from government.
Senior government officials last week organised protests in Bujumbura to express their displeasure with the AU force, prostate saying the country’s armed forces will restore peace and stability.
However, the fighting between government forces and rebels continues in different parts of the capital city.
Dr Zuma’s statement came high on the heels of the re-launch of Burundi peace talks in Kampala by president Museveni.
“The Chairperson of the Commission avails herself of this opportunity to reiterate the AU’s readiness to engage, without any delay, discussions with the Government of Burundi, to agree on the modalities for the deployment of the African Prevention and Protection Mission in Burundi (MAPROBU), as decided by the Peace and Security Council at its 565th meeting held on 17 December 2015,” the statement reads in part.
Dr Zuma said the rapid deployment of MAPROBU “will go a long way in contributing to the creation of conditions conducive to the successful completion of the inter-Burundian dialogue.”
She welcomed the fact that the members of the United Nations Security Council, in their press statement of 19 December 2015 on the situation in Burundi, “took note with interest of the decision to authorize the deployment of MAPROBU and urged all Burundian stakeholders to fully cooperate with the Mission in support of the effective implementation of its mandate.”
Dr Zuma further said the Peace and Security Council of the AU decided that all those whose action could jeopardize the inter-Burundian dialogue, including attacks by armed groups against governmental facilities and other targets, as well as refusal to respond to the invitation of the Mediator, shall be subjected to sanctions as provided for in the relevant decisions of Council and other measures to be agreed upon.
Hundreds have been killed in Burundi since President Pierre Nkurunziza chose to maintain his hold onto power after the expiry of his two mandatory terms.