Hundreds mourn Museveni’s brother
Publish Date: Aug 22, 2010
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HUNDREDS of mourners on Friday thronged Isingiro district for the burial of Emmanuel Bamushabire, a brother of President Yoweri Museveni.

Bamushabire, the son of Mzee Amos Kaguta, died of a blood clot at Mayanja Memorial Hospital in Mbarara on Wednesday.

Bamushabire, 56, was buried at his home village, Kyenjojo-Isingiro North, in Isingiro district.

Mzee Eriya Lisi, Museveni’s paternal uncle and other family elders, attended. However, Mzee Kaguta was absent due to ill-health. His son Michael Toyota represented President Museveni.

Bamushabire was described as a hard working man, whom many enterprising people in Isingiro and the neighbouring districts emulated.

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