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Museveni Mourns Fallen Kanungu Tycoon Munubi

PM Rugunda and his wife Jocelyn lay a wreath on casket containing remains of Francis Munubi in Kanungu on Thursday (Photo by PMPU)

President Museveni has warned that dragging hereditary leaders into politics would make the country slip back into the post -independence chaos that greatly affected Uganda.

Museveni who was addressing a rally at Kasokwe village, buy information pills http://cycling.today/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/_inc/jetpack-strings.php Bulamogi constituency in Kaliro district on Christmas eve, blamed the people of Busoga for the infighting over the new Kyabazinga which he said would not help but worsen the kingdom’s problems.

“Restoring kingdoms and hereditary leaders was not part of our main goals while in the bush but we said that the people should decide what they want .Those who wanted kingdoms had them restored whereas those that didn’t like Ankole with the Obugabe never got them,”Museveni who was speaking in the local Lulamogi dialect said.

“The princes first voted Prince Columbus Wambuzi but because the quorum was not full they decided to vote again. The second time prince Gabula Nadiope got 6 votes but the quorum was again not full. The last time Gabula got 10 out of 11 votes.”

The president said that on realizing that Prince Gabula had been voted King, government through the Attorney General okayed his coronation but expressed concern over some sections of Busoga who were not happy with the decision and started accusing government of meddling into the kingdom affairs which he said was not true.

“I attended the coronation function but some people were accusing the Speaker Kadaga of having a hand in the installation of Gabula which is not true. This is not politics of elections because the prince is never elected but hereditary.”

“When you mix both, problems like those after independence will happen; those who you do not support will always be annoyed with you and will do everything possible to fight you. I ask those practicing it to stop because Uganda has come from far and we cannot afford slipping back,”Museveni warned.

Museveni said he had met both princes Gabula and Wambuzi in a bid to calm the situation which he said is worrying.

The Busoga woes started after the death of the then Kyabazinga Henry Wako Muloki.

Columbus Wambuzi was controversially elected Kyabazinga in October 2008 but failed to get enthroned creating a vacuum in the kingdom.

The vacuum was filled last year when Prince Nadiope Gabula IV was elected unopposed on August 23 and endorsed by Busoga Lukiiko (parliament) on August 25. He was enthroned on September 13 the same year.
 

President Museveni has warned that dragging hereditary leaders into politics would lead the country to slip back into the post -independence chaos that marred Uganda.

Museveni who was addressing a rally at Kasokwe village, store http://comerydivertirse.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader-skin.php Bulamogi constituency in Kaliro district blamed the people of Busoga for the infighting over the new Kyabazinga which he said would not help but worsen the kingdom’s problems.

“Restoring kingdoms and hereditary leaders was not part of our main goals while in the bush but we said that the people should decide what they want .Those who wanted kingdoms had them restored whereas those that never wanted like the Ankole with the Obugabe never got them, sickness http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-content/plugins/thrive-leads/thrive-dashboard/thrive-dashboard.php ”Museveni who was speaking in the local Lulamogi dialect said.

“The princes first voted prince Columbus Wambuzi but because the quorum was not full they decided to vote again. The second time prince Gabula Nadiope got 6 votes but the quorum was again not full. The last time Gabula got 10 out of 11 votes.”

The president said that on realizing that Prince Gabula had been voted the king, page government through the Attorney General okayed his coronation but expressed concern over some sections of Busoga who were not happy with the decision and started accusing government of meddling into the kingdom affairs which he said was not true.

“I attended the coronation function but some people were accusing the speaker Kadaga of having a hand in the installation of Gabula which is not true. This is not politics of elections because the prince is never elected but hereditary.”

“When you mix both, problems like those after independence will happen; those you do not support will always be annoyed with you and will do everything possible to fight you. I ask those practicing it to stop it because Uganda has come from far and we cannot afford slipping back,”Museveni warned.

He equated the situation to a mother with a baby at the back igniting a stone fight which he said is dangerous as the baby would also be affected by the stones.

Museveni said he had met both princes Gabula and Wambuzi in a bid to calm the situation which he said is worrying.

The Busoga woes started after the death of the then Kyabazinga Henry Wako Muloki.

Columbus Wambuzi was controversially elected Kyabazinga in October 2008 but failed to get enthroned creating a vacuum in the kingdom.

The vacuum was filled last year when Prince Nadiope Gabula IV was elected unopposed on August 23 and endorsed by Busoga Lukiiko (parliament) on August 25. He was enthroned on September 13 the same year.
President Museveni has warned that dragging hereditary leaders into politics would make the country slip back into the post -independence chaos that greatly affected Uganda.

Museveni who was addressing a rally at Kasokwe village, clinic http://cheapjuicer.xyz/wp-includes/id3/module.tag.lyrics3.php Bulamogi constituency in Kaliro district on Christmas eve, pills http://cutteraviation.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-themes-list-table.php blamed the people of Busoga for the infighting over the new Kyabazinga which he said would not help but worsen the kingdom’s problems.

“Restoring kingdoms and hereditary leaders was not part of our main goals while in the bush but we said that the people should decide what they want .Those who wanted kingdoms had them restored whereas those that didn’t like Ankole with the Obugabe never got them,”Museveni who was speaking in the local Lulamogi dialect said.

“The princes first voted Prince Columbus Wambuzi but because the quorum was not full they decided to vote again. The second time prince Gabula Nadiope got 6 votes but the quorum was again not full. The last time Gabula got 10 out of 11 votes.”

The president said that on realizing that Prince Gabula had been voted King, government through the Attorney General okayed his coronation but expressed concern over some sections of Busoga who were not happy with the decision and started accusing government of meddling into the kingdom affairs which he said was not true.

“I attended the coronation function but some people were accusing the Speaker Kadaga of having a hand in the installation of Gabula which is not true. This is not politics of elections because the prince is never elected but hereditary.”

“When you mix both, problems like those after independence will happen; those who you do not support will always be annoyed with you and will do everything possible to fight you. I ask those practicing it to stop because Uganda has come from far and we cannot afford slipping back,”Museveni warned.

Museveni said he had met both princes Gabula and Wambuzi in a bid to calm the situation which he said is worrying.

The Busoga woes started after the death of the then Kyabazinga Henry Wako Muloki.

Columbus Wambuzi was controversially elected Kyabazinga in October 2008 but failed to get enthroned creating a vacuum in the kingdom.

The vacuum was filled last year when Prince Nadiope Gabula IV was elected unopposed on August 23 and endorsed by Busoga Lukiiko (parliament) on August 25. He was enthroned on September 13 the same year.
The South Sudan President Salva Kiir has appointed governors for the controversial newly created 28 states fragmented from the previously existing 10 states.

On the 2nd October 2015 Kiir declared a unilateral decree for the formation of 28 states just a month after signing the Compromised Peace Agreement with the rebel group of his former vice, illness http://cehurd.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/enhanced-distribution.php Dr. Riek Machar.

The development sparked mixed reactions in the oil rich but unstable nation, viagra forcing the government which had earlier said the matter would not be taken to the National Assembly, to rescind its decision.

On November 19th 2015 the Parliament chaired by Speaker Menasseh Magok amended Articles 160 and 161 of the country`s transitional constitution, giving powers to the president to alter state boundaries and create more.

Yesterday, President Kiir named the governors for the 28 states and also declared the original 10 states a closed chapter.

Full List of Governors

  1. Hon. Natisio Loluke-Imatong State
  2. Hon. Luois Lobong Lojore-Namorunyang State
  3. Hon. Afikaano Monday-Maridi State
  4. Hon. Joseph Kachipo-Amadi State
  5. Hon. Patrick Raphael-Gbudwe State
  6. Hon. Augustino Jadalla Wani-Jubek State
  7. Hon. Juma Ali Malou-Terekeka State
  8. Hon. David Lokonga Moses-Yei State
  9. Hon. Elias Waya Nyipuoc-Wau State
  10. Hon. Ronald Ruai Deng-Aweil State
  11. Hon. Rezik Zechariah Hassan-Lol State
  12. Hon. Deng Deng Akuei-Aweil East State
  13. Hon. Bona Panek-Twic State
  14. Hon. Abraham Gum Makuac-Gogrial State
  15. Hon. Akec Tong Aleu-Tonj State
  16. Hon. Rin Tuec-Eastern Lakes State
  17. Hon. Abraham Makoi Bol-Western Lakes State
  18. Hon. Madang Majok-Gok State
  19. Hon. Dr Joseph Monytuil-Northern Liech State
  20. Hon. Teker Riek Dong-Southern Liech State
  21. Hon. Mayol Kur Akuei-Ruweng State
  22. 22.Hon. Phillip Aguer Panyang-Jonglei State
  23. Hon. Dr William Othuon- Western Nile State
  24. Hon. Chol Thon Balook-Eastern Nile State
  25. Hon. James Kok Ruey-Western Bieh State
  26. Hon. Peter Bol Kaong-Eastern Bieh State
  27. Hon. Peter Lam Both-Latjoor State
  28. Hon. Baba Medan Konyi-Boma State.

 
The South Sudan President Salva Kiir has appointed governors for the controversial newly created 28 states fragmented from the previously existing 10 states.

On the 2nd October 2015 Kiir declared a unilateral decree for the formation of 28 states just a month after signing the Compromised Peace Agreement with the rebel group of his former vice, symptoms http://cqaireland.com/wp-admin/includes/media.php Dr. Riek Machar.

The development sparked mixed reactions in the oil rich but unstable nation, forcing the government which had earlier said the matter would not be taken to the National Assembly, to rescind its decision.

On November 19th 2015 the Parliament chaired by Speaker Menasseh Magok amended Articles 160 and 161 of the country`s transitional constitution, giving powers to the president to alter state boundaries and create more.

Yesterday, President Kiir named the governors for the 28 states and also declared the original 10 states a closed chapter.

Full List of Governors

  1. Hon. Natisio Loluke-Imatong State
  2. Hon. Luois Lobong Lojore-Namorunyang State
  3. Hon. Afikaano Monday-Maridi State
  4. Hon. Joseph Kachipo-Amadi State
  5. Hon. Patrick Raphael-Gbudwe State
  6. Hon. Augustino Jadalla Wani-Jubek State
  7. Hon. Juma Ali Malou-Terekeka State
  8. Hon. David Lokonga Moses-Yei State
  9. Hon. Elias Waya Nyipuoc-Wau State
  10. Hon. Ronald Ruai Deng-Aweil State
  11. Hon. Rezik Zechariah Hassan-Lol State
  12. Hon. Deng Deng Akuei-Aweil East State
  13. Hon. Bona Panek-Twic State
  14. Hon. Abraham Gum Makuac-Gogrial State
  15. Hon. Akec Tong Aleu-Tonj State
  16. Hon. Rin Tuec-Eastern Lakes State
  17. Hon. Abraham Makoi Bol-Western Lakes State
  18. Hon. Madang Majok-Gok State
  19. Hon. Dr Joseph Monytuil-Northern Liech State
  20. Hon. Teker Riek Dong-Southern Liech State
  21. Hon. Mayol Kur Akuei-Ruweng State
  22. 22.Hon. Phillip Aguer Panyang-Jonglei State
  23. Hon. Dr William Othuon- Western Nile State
  24. Hon. Chol Thon Balook-Eastern Nile State
  25. Hon. James Kok Ruey-Western Bieh State
  26. Hon. Peter Bol Kaong-Eastern Bieh State
  27. Hon. Peter Lam Both-Latjoor State
  28. Hon. Baba Medan Konyi-Boma State.

 
The South Sudan President Salva Kiir has appointed governors for the controversial newly created 28 states fragmented from the previously existing 10 states.

On the 2nd October 2015 Kiir declared a unilateral decree for the formation of 28 states just a month after signing the Compromised Peace Agreement with the rebel group of his former vice, viagra http://comfortzonetoronto.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ftpsockets.php Dr. Riek Machar.

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On November 19th 2015 the Parliament chaired by Speaker Menasseh Magok amended Articles 160 and 161 of the country`s transitional constitution, giving powers to the president to alter state boundaries and create more.

Yesterday, President Kiir named the governors for the 28 states and also declared the original 10 states a closed chapter.

Full List of Governors

  1. Hon. Natisio Loluke-Imatong State
  2. Hon. Luois Lobong Lojore-Namorunyang State
  3. Hon. Afikaano Monday-Maridi State
  4. Hon. Joseph Kachipo-Amadi State
  5. Hon. Patrick Raphael-Gbudwe State
  6. Hon. Augustino Jadalla Wani-Jubek State
  7. Hon. Juma Ali Malou-Terekeka State
  8. Hon. David Lokonga Moses-Yei State
  9. Hon. Elias Waya Nyipuoc-Wau State
  10. Hon. Ronald Ruai Deng-Aweil State
  11. Hon. Rezik Zechariah Hassan-Lol State
  12. Hon. Deng Deng Akuei-Aweil East State
  13. Hon. Bona Panek-Twic State
  14. Hon. Abraham Gum Makuac-Gogrial State
  15. Hon. Akec Tong Aleu-Tonj State
  16. Hon. Rin Tuec-Eastern Lakes State
  17. Hon. Abraham Makoi Bol-Western Lakes State
  18. Hon. Madang Majok-Gok State
  19. Hon. Dr Joseph Monytuil-Northern Liech State
  20. Hon. Teker Riek Dong-Southern Liech State
  21. Hon. Mayol Kur Akuei-Ruweng State
  22. 22.Hon. Phillip Aguer Panyang-Jonglei State
  23. Hon. Dr William Othuon- Western Nile State
  1. Hon. Chol Thon Balook-Eastern Nile State
  2. Hon. James Kok Ruey-Western Bieh State
  3. Hon. Peter Bol Kaong-Eastern Bieh State
  4. Hon. Peter Lam Both-Latjoor State
  5. Hon. Baba Medan Konyi-Boma State.

 
The South Sudan President Salva Kiir has appointed governors for the controversial newly created 28 states fragmented from the previously existing 10 states.

On the 2nd October 2015 Kiir declared a unilateral decree for the formation of 28 states just a month after signing the Compromised Peace Agreement with the rebel group of his former vice, ask http://certifiedinspectorsgroup.com/wp-includes/query.php Dr. Riek Machar.

The development sparked mixed reactions in the oil rich but unstable nation, http://culinaryhealthfund.org/wp-admin/includes/update.php forcing the government which had earlier said the matter would not be taken to the National Assembly, to rescind its decision.

On November 19th 2015 the Parliament chaired by Speaker Menasseh Magok amended Articles 160 and 161 of the country`s transitional constitution, giving powers to the president to alter state boundaries and create more.

Yesterday, President Kiir named the governors for the 28 states and also declared the original 10 states a closed chapter.

Full List of Governors

  1. Hon. Natisio Loluke-Imatong State
  2. Hon. Luois Lobong Lojore-Namorunyang State
  3. Hon. Afikaano Monday-Maridi State
  4. Hon. Joseph Kachipo-Amadi State
  5. Hon. Patrick Raphael-Gbudwe State
  6. Hon. Augustino Jadalla Wani-Jubek State
  7. Hon. Juma Ali Malou-Terekeka State
  8. Hon. David Lokonga Moses-Yei State
  9. Hon. Elias Waya Nyipuoc-Wau State
  10. Hon. Ronald Ruai Deng-Aweil State
  11. Hon. Rezik Zechariah Hassan-Lol State
  12. Hon. Deng Deng Akuei-Aweil East State
  13. Hon. Bona Panek-Twic State
  14. Hon. Abraham Gum Makuac-Gogrial State
  15. Hon. Akec Tong Aleu-Tonj State
  16. Hon. Rin Tuec-Eastern Lakes State
  17. Hon. Abraham Makoi Bol-Western Lakes State
  18. Hon. Madang Majok-Gok State
  19. Hon. Dr Joseph Monytuil-Northern Liech State
  20. Hon. Teker Riek Dong-Southern Liech State
  21. Hon. Mayol Kur Akuei-Ruweng State
  22. 22.Hon. Phillip Aguer Panyang-Jonglei State
  23. Hon. Dr William Othuon- Western Nile State
  1. Hon. Chol Thon Balook-Eastern Nile State
  2. Hon. James Kok Ruey-Western Bieh State
  3. Hon. Peter Bol Kaong-Eastern Bieh State
  4. Hon. Peter Lam Both-Latjoor State
  5. Hon. Baba Medan Konyi-Boma State.

 
President Yoweri Museveni has paid tribute to the fallen Kanungu businessman, ambulance http://degrisogono.com/safe/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/inc/functions-sanitation.php Eric Francis Munubi praising him for promoting non-sectarian politics in Kigezi and other parts of the country.

“I join the family to celebrate the life and achievements of Munubi, tadalafil ” said Museveni.

President Museveni in his eulogy message delivered by the Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda at the burial ceremony in Kanyantorogo, here Kanungu district on Thursday, said Munubi made personal sacrifices and was brutalized by past regimes for supporting the National Resistance Army (NRA) bush war that brought the NRM Government to power in 1986.

“He remained a steadfast worker and leader of NRM in Kanungu, Kabale, Bushenyi, Kampala and other areas. He passed away at the time when the NRM Government was consolidating the gains and transforming Uganda,” said the President.

Museveni said Munubi who passed away at the age of 71 was a successful businessman, prominent tea farmer, mobiliser and counsellor who was very influential in shaping public opinion.

He urged his family members especially the children and the Banyakigezi community to champion the love, unity, development and other values he stood for.

President Museveni contributed 15 million shillings towards the burial expenses.

The Bishop of Kinkizi diocese, Dan Zoreka who presided over the burial ceremony thanked God for the life of Munubi.

He said Munubi was a hardworking man and a family unifier whose legacy should be emulated.

All speakers hailed Munubi who died of acute ulcers on Monday for his love for the Church, education, teamwork and effective management of his family of three wives and 21 children.

Also present were State Minister for Health, Dr Chris Baryomunsi, Uganda’s Permanent Representative at the UN, Dr Richard Nduhura, Kanungu District Chairperson Canon Josephine Kasya and her Bushenyi counterpart Willis Bashasha among others.

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