While leading the mass during the burial of the late Msgr. Charles Kato Katongole at Katende parish church in Mpigi district on Tuesday Lwanga said that the NRM slogan ‘securing your future’ which they used in the campaigns is a direct contradiction of what is happening in the country.
The four-day medical camp is being supported by Help of Smile Train Ambassadors Uganda led by Dr. Sr. Justice Najjuka from Little Sisters of Nkokonjeru and the Kabaka of Buganda, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II. Dr. Nicholas Mugagga, the in Charge of St. Joseph’s Hospital Wakiso, says all the services offered at the annual medical camp are entirely free.
The petition follows two video clips which recently went viral on social media in which Kisakyamukama uttered abusive, vulgar and defamatory statements against the Kabaka, the Katikkiro and the people of Buganda and clergy of the Catholic Church, which the councilors say were promoting sectarianism and tribalism.
Bukenya has told URN that there is enough evidence to prove that government through the national medical stores delivers all the necessary requirements to its health facilities within the district and therefore demanding for money from patients before they are treated is an offence which is punishable by dismissal.
Wakiso District LC 5 Chairperson, Matiya Lwanga Bwanika had gone to Kakiri barracks in search of Cyrus Kasaato, one of the councillors elects who went missing a week and a half ago and was shocked to find the group appearing before the military court.