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Kigezi Head of Laity Laid to Rest

Cannon Twinamasikos remains were laid to rest yesterday

The Prime Minister Dr David Livingstone Ruhakana Rugunda has described fallen Chairman of the Kigezi Laity, ampoule http://davenportchiropractic.com/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp-sockets.php Canon Caleb Twinamatsiko, online http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-content/plugins/thrive-leads/editor-templates/shortcode/56_set_vms_step1.php  as a great leader and community mobilizer that yearned much for development in the church as well as the country.

Dr Rugunda said Twinamatsiko left behind a rich legacy as a leader, drug noting that from the years that he worked as a sub county chief (1989 to 2002) till when he retired, his track record was clean; and that he was a strong pillar in the church which was why he became a Canon.

Dr Rugunda said this in a message read for him by the Ndorwa County East Member of Parliament Wilfred Niwagaba at the requiem service held for Twinamatsiko at Kabanyonyi Primary School in Buhara Sub County,Kabale district.

Mourners described the deceased as a pillar of development, a trustworthy, truthful man and an educationist.

Patrick Besigye Keihwa the Kabale LC5 Chairman noted that the deceased while in the civil service was not implicated in any corruption scandals and that his legacy should be emulated by the people.

Canon Twinamatsiko succumbed to diabetes at Nsambya Hospital on Thursday last week.

His body was later laid to rest at his ancestral home in Kabanyonyi. He left behind his wife Elinah Twinamatsiko, seven children and sixteen grandchildren.

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