Museveni: Parliament to Blame for Bunyoro Poor Roads

President Yoweri Museveni has praised as a great father and supporter of development, viagra ask former Prime Minster Hon Amama Mbabazi’s elder brother Enock Bahemurwabusha Bagwowaabo, drug remedy who passed away a couple of days ago.

Bahemurwabusha was Sunday afternoon laid to rest at his ancestral home in Karubeizi, Kanungu district.

The 85 year old Bahemurwabusha passed away on Thursday at Bwindi Community Hospital where he was battling hypertension.

HOW'S OFFICE?: Amama Mbabazi chats with his successor Dr Ruhakana Rugunda
HOW’S OFFICE?: Amama Mbabazi chats with his successor Dr Ruhakana Rugunda

At the time of his demise, his brother Amama Mbabazi was being held in police custody after he rejected police orders to cancel his trip to Mbale town where he was slated to address his supporters.

Following his brother’s death, Mbabazi has since suspended the string of consultative meetings he had programmed to carry out across the country, to seek the support of Ugandans as the ruling NRM party flag bearer in the coming elections.

At the burial function, President Yoweri Museveni was represented by Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda who delivered his message.

Also present was Governor Bank of Uganda Prof Emmanuel Tumusiime Mutebile
Also present was Governor Bank of Uganda Prof Emmanuel Tumusiime Mutebile

President Museveni said he was deeply saddened by Bahemurwabusha’s demise.

“Death has robbed the family of a great father and a very supportive partner of development,” he said, adding that his hope was that those he left behind would emulate his legacy.


“We, therefore mourn a great cadre who contributed to the success of our country. He was a good elder with great wisdom and his counsel shall be greatly missed. I trust that those he leaves behind shall emulate his legacy.”

The late Bahemurwabusha served for a long time as a court clerk Kabale, and a clerk at the Kabale district council.

He previously served in the Obote regime as political activist in Kigezi region, before he joined the NRM.
President Museveni has blamed the delayed construction and tarmacking of the Hoima-Kagadi-Kigumba-Masindi road on the Parliament of Uganda, approved Chimp Corps report.

The president was addressing hundreds of catholic believers on Sunday who turned up for fundraising ceremony of Katoosa Martyrs Catholic Parish Cathedral in Kyenjojo Town Council.

He explained that the road would have been tarmacked long ago but Parliament delayed approving the budget for its construction.

The road remains dusty, treat sabotaging the region’s economic growth.

The president revealed that World Bank gave government of Uganda money to construct the said road 15 months ago but Parliament has failed to approve it because of the wrangles in the Ministry of Education over who would manage Kigumba Petroleum School.

“We are left with 3 months for World Bank to cancel money that was given to government as a loan to construct this road if our parliament is still dosing. The parliament would have approved the money and the issue of Kigumba school be handled later, ask ” said Museveni.

He confirmed to the people that Mubende-Kagadi and Ndaiga road construction work will commence soon and the money is available.

President asked Bishop Robert Muhirwa Akiiki of Fort Portal diocese and Fr. Moses Mutangirizi, the parish Priest, to construct portraits bearing the names of 22 Uganda Martyrs and turn the place into a tourist site.

He contributed Shs 300m towards the roofing of the Martyrs’ Cathedral.

The president strongly warned the people of Kyenjojo against tribalism, saying ethnic hatred does not bring bread on their tables.

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