“The culture of a university is anchored in its history and the people who went through it. If we want to have a bright future, we must not forget our history because it helps us to understand our current situation,” Mayiga said.
Today, while speaking from his home in Lweza, in his annual State of the Kingdom Address, Mayiga said, that not even a child can believe the government said of the story. He added that he was most concerned about the tribal undertones that Zaake describes in his social media post about what happened to him.
Speaking to the media, Charles Peter Mayiga, the kingdom Katikkiro said that the move has been necessitated by yesterday’s ban on public transport by President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni. Majority of the Kingdom’s employees use public means to get to the Mengo based offices.
Charles Peter Mayiga, the Kingdom Katikkiro expressed concern over four subjects in the curriculum. The four include, Agriculture, Languages, Information and Computer Technology [ICT] and history. Mayiga said a country that has more than 70 percent of its population residing in villages and hence dependent on agriculture for livelihood, cannot afford to have agriculture as an optional subject.
Kaboggoza replaces David Kyewalabye Male who in February last year was appointed as Minister in Charge of Culture, Security, and Tourism. Speaking to reporters, at Bulange Mengo, the seat of the Kingdom, the Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga said there was need to leave Kyewalabye as the CEO to allow for a smooth transition as they searched for a replacement.
Dubbed, ‘Cultural Approach against HIV/Aids and the use of cultural approach for good health, the agreement that will run for five years will see Buganda Kingdom through its ministry for Social Development engage in awareness campaigns that aims at reducing HIV prevalence in Buganda.