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Tooro Kingdom Unveils Plan To Renovate Abandoned Tombs

Atleast tow people died on spot and three others sustained severe injuries when a lorry they were travelling in overturned at Duru Bridge.

The Duru forest Bridge connects Kamwenge district and Kabarole from Rwimi Sub County side.

On Sunday night at around 7:30pm a Fuso lorry Registration Number UAA 211Y that was coming from Kasese to Rwamwanja in Kamwenge district tried without success to cross the submerged bridge.

According to Bakari Muga Bashir the Rwenzori region police spokesperson, order http://circleofliferediscovery.com/blog/wp-includes/functions.wp-date.php these people were travelling to Rwamwanja to buy cattle.

He said that when they reached Dura Bridge they found that it was overflowing due to the heavy rains.

The driver attempted to cross through but unfortunately the lorry overturned killing two occupants instantly.

The dead were identified as Sirajji Banyage aged 25 and Michael Amanyire, doctor http://ciencialili.org/components/com_rsform/helpers/validation.php both residents of Kasese.

The wounded, who were rescued and rushed to Kilembe hospital in Kasese could not be identified by publication.

 
Tooro Kingdom is embarking on the renovation of its royal tombs that had been abandoned for decades by the institution’s administration.

The Kingdom Prime Minister Hon.Benard Tungwako disclosed that he kingdom has already released money to renovate the tombs.

Addressing the press at Reinnah Tourist Hotel situated along Fort Portal-Kasese road in Fort Portal town, see http://danielpyne.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/interface.jetpack-sync-replicastore.php Hon.Tungwako said the rehabilitation of the kingdom tombs is among others aimed at attracting tourists to the kingdom since Fort Portal was planned to be the tourism city in Uganda’s 2040 vision.

Left is the grass thatched tomb for the late King Sir George Rukidi while on the right is late Patrick Olimi Kaboyo's tomb at Karambi Royal tombs in Tooro kingdom along the Fort portal-Kasese road

Left is the grass thatched tomb for the late King Sir George Rukidi while on the right is late Patrick Olimi Kaboyo’s tomb at Karambi Royal tombs along the Fort portal-Kasese road

He revealed that in the first phase, information pills http://darkfey-temple.org/wp-admin/includes/class-walker-nav-menu-checklist.php they will clear the bushy environment, ask http://codesiconsulting.com/wp-includes/comment.php fence the area and have artistic work done on all the tombs.

The premier however said, part of the tombs land had been encroached on by some people but added that negotiations to have them out are underway to allow development take place.

Students of Kyambogo University at Mabereganyinamwiru camp site, learning about the Bacwezi

Students of Kyambogo University at Mabereganyinamwiru camp site, learning about the Bacwezi

Hon.Tungwako noted further that the place will be built like a museum where a modern Restaurant, bar and swimming pool will be constructed.

“A Tour and Travel Agency will also be established to attract more tourists and increase the kingdom’s revenue,” he added.

This comes months after the Mayor Fort Portal municipality Edison Asaba Ruyonga blasted the kingdom officials for their failure to renovate and redevelop the Karambi tombs.

 

 

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