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Rugunda Mourns Kabale Business Woman, Mauda

the bodyof the late business woman at All Saints' Church, kabale

Residents in Kabale Municipality have expressed bitterness over the 2.5 km stretch that joins Katuna Junction to Kisoro road that they say has remained unrefurbished for a very long time centrally to what had been announced earlier.

On May 22nd this year, buy http://corpuschristimiami.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-e-commerce/wpsc-shipping/australiapost.php officials from COWI, help http://cocomoonthesea.com/wp-includes/cache.php Reynolds Constriction Company (RCC), buy more about Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) Consultants and other Kabale Municipality stakeholders in a meeting at the Municipal conference hall agreed that the renovation works would commence on October 1st this year.

However on October 17th, the Parliamentary Physical Infrastructural Committee Chairperson Hon. Biraaro Ephraim Ganshanga, during his visit to Kabale, said that the reconstruction of the 2.5 kilometer stretch that goes through Kabale Town would not commence as earlier agreed.

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Residents say that the road’s drainage system can no longer accommodate the water that flows from Makanga hill which has put their life at risk of contracting diseases.

“When it rains nowadays in the municipality, the stretch becomes impassable because of water logged potholes,” one resident told our reporter.

Alex Ahimbisibwe, a resident of Bugongi in the town says that the stretch is so dilapidated that it has also caused accidents as drivers and cyclists try to dodge potholes.

Ahimbisibwe adds that it is regrettable to have leaders who announce developments that are not to be implemented in the time frame given.

The Uganda National Roads Authority station Engineer for Kabale, Robert Byekwaso, says that UNRA and COWI have already completed the design of the road.

The strech people are complaining about (1)
by Godfrey Tugume

The remains of the Kabale businesswoman, medications http://civilianpeaceservice.ca/wp-includes/template.php late Mauda Peace Kenturegye Buhaburwa has been today Thursday laid to rest in Rwakaraba, patient Kabale municipality.

The 74 year old mother of 5 passed away on Monday at Mulago Heart Institute due to cardiac and respiratory failure.

The Prime Minister of Uganda Dr. David Livingstone Ruhakana Rugunda at the funeral service at All Saints church in Kabale town, healing described Kenturegye Buhaburwa as a shining star who was not a hypocrite, but a person that wanted people to unite and work for development.

The premier advised Ugandans to emulate her as she wanted people to reconcile after developing differences.

He added that at one time when former FDC president Col. Rtd. Dr. Kizza Besigye visited her, she asked him to reconcile with President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.

In their eulogy, all speakers described the late Mauda as God fearing, caring, hardworking, a good mother and wife who loved the church and instilled in her children strong Christian values.

The emeritus Bishop of Kigezi diocese Bishop George Katwesigye, in his sermon called upon Christians to realize that life on earth is not permanent and that death is a reality that they must all accept.

The Service was also attended among others by the former air force commander and UPDF Member of Parliament Lt. Gen. Jim Besigye Owoyesigire, Kabale municipality MP Andrew Baryayanga Aja, religious leaders, many relatives and friends.

MUST Deputy Vice Chancellor, Dr Pamela Mbabazi  her husband Eng. Ivan Mbabzi Batuma lay a wreath on the deceased's casket

MUST Deputy Vice Chancellor, Dr Pamela Mbabazi her husband Eng. Ivan Mbabzi Batuma lay a wreath on the deceased’s casket

The clergy led by bishop Katwesigye receive Mauda’s casket at All Saint’s Church in Kabale Town

 

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