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Mumbere speaks out on Rwenzori attacks
Publish Date: Jul 11, 2014
Mumbere speaks out on Rwenzori attacks
Rwenzururu king Charles Wesley Mumbere has distanced himself from the deadly clashes.
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By Vision Reporter

RWENZURURU king Charles Wesley Mumbere has condemned the deadly attacks in Kasese, Bundibugyo and Ntoroko districts that have so far claimed over 90 lives.

In a statement released on Friday, Mumbere expressed his regret for the loss of innocent lives in the clashes and the disruption of peace in the region.

Mumbere further distanced himself from the deadly clashes and urged government to deal with cultural issues in the region without bias.

Below is the statement in full. 

Mumbere’s full statement on the Rwenzori attacks and response to President Yoweri Museveni by The New Vision

 

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