Minister Kabayo Visits Buganda Kingdom’s Deputy PM, Hold Sensitive Discussions

Minister Kabayo Visits Buganda Kingdom’s Deputy PM, Hold Sensitive Discussions

By Spy Uganda

The State Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister for Luwero Triangle and Rwenzori region, Hon Alice Karamuzi Kaboyo this week passed by Mengo and visited the office of the Katikkiro where sensitive discussions were held.

The Hon.Minister was welcomed by the first Deputy Katikkiro of Buganda, Owek Haji Twaha Kawaase. In this discussion, the duo discussed how government can collaborate with the Kingdom to uplift Ugandans’ standards of living.

Also, they discussed how they can collaborate to develop Buganda in Luwero Triangle, and how the Kingdom can engage people to take part in government development programs.

Minister Alice Kaboyo noted that people in both Buganda and Uganda at large need to benefit from the government’s development programs such as Emyooga, PDM and other programs, commending Buganda Kingdom for playing a very big role towards sensitizing Ugandans about such programs and bringing out developmental issues.

Hon Kaboyo added that they have agreed with the Kingdom to work together in bringing out the cultural development in Luwero Triangle, together with other development issues, that they not only benefit people in Buganda but all Ugandans, since they have the similar needs.

On his part, Hajji Kawaase noted that a lot of Buganda cultural issues are in Luwero triangle and therefore this collaboration will bring out the honor needed towards the country’s history in Luwero Triangle, such as managing and maintaining the monuments for the people who died during the war.

He added that Buganda government has initiated projects for people’s development and well being such as blood donation that contributes to the Uganda Blood Bank, Emwanyi Terimba project that is similar to Operation Wealth Creation.

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