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Rwenzururu Kingdom Mourns Mumbere’s Mentor

Kule, a member of the Rwenzururu Kingdom Privy Council, the highest decision-making organ of the Kingdom succumbed to diabetes and hypertension at Bwera Hospital. He was commonly referred to as School Band, a name he derived from his service in the protocol ministry where he would lead the Rwenzururu loyalists and schools in a band before the king would make any communication.
The Late Yosefati Kule Kachinire

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Rwenzururu Kingdom is mourning the death of Yosefati Kule Kachinire.

Kule, a member of the Rwenzururu Kingdom Privy Council, the highest decision-making organ of the Kingdom succumbed to diabetes and hypertension at Bwera Hospital on Tuesday.

He was commonly referred to as School Band, a name he derived from his service in the protocol ministry where he would lead the Rwenzururu loyalists and schools in a band before the King would make any communication.

Before the recognition of the Rwenzururu Kingdom, Kule was a member of the Obusinga Bwa Rwenzururu Recognition Council.

However, during the Rwenzururu Movement Struggle, Kule was appointed by Isaya Mukirania Kibanzanga I, the first king of Rwenzururu as teacher at Buhikira Royal Primary School where Only Princes, Princess and top military officers studied.

It is at Buhikira Royal Primary School that he was specially appointed as “baby sitter” to Rwenzururu King Charles Wesley Mumbere.

At a special session of the House of Representatives of Rwenzururu on Thursday, in a message delivered by culture minister Eli Nyakango, Mumbere described the deceased as an honest, obedient, trustworthy person on whom the kingdom relied. To Mumbere, Kule was a hero, pillar and moving library of the kingdom.

“My father handed me to Yosefati to be my teacher and mentor, since my childhood till his death, he has been my brother, mentor and advisor. He has been part of us in the royal family.

He leaves a gap too big to fill in the Rwenzururu Kingdom.” Read part of Mumbere’s statement.

The Rwenzururu leader urged his subjects to emulate the example of the deceased and work towards peace building, reconciliation, unity and also be God-fearing so as to lead decent lives.

The chairperson of the Prime Ministerial Commission of the Rwenzururu Kingdom Gadi Mbayahi described the deceased as a humble and faithful leader to the struggle for the freedom of the Bakonzo from the 1960s till his death.

Mbayahi urged the mourners to enforce discipline among children so as to groom a generation with leaders of Kule’s calibre.

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