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Minister Karooro Okurut’s husband mourned
Publish Date: Apr 07, 2014
Minister Karooro Okurut’s husband mourned
Minister Mary Karooro Okurut lays a wreath on the coffin of for her late husband Stanislas Okurut as the First Lady Janet Museveni looks on at the Christ the King Church. PHOTO/Nicholas Oneal
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By Vision Reporter

Tributes have been paid to the fallen husband of the minister of gender Mary Karooro Okurut.


Stanislaus Okurut Born in 1929, Okurut was one of the few surviving legislators who served in the Legislative Council before Independence.

The First Lady Janet Museveni was a chief mourner at a requiem mass held ta Christ the King in Kampala.


 

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