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Support Katikkiro to achieve his plans - Kabaka
Publish Date: Aug 18, 2014
Support Katikkiro to achieve his plans - Kabaka
Kabaka Ronald Mutebi chats with the Speaker of the Lukiiko Nelson Kawalya shorlty after officiating at the opening of the Buganda Lukiiko at Bulange, Mengo. PHOTO/ABU MWESIGWA
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By Cyprian Musoke

The Kabaka of Buganda Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II has urged his ministers, county, sub-county chiefs and leaders at all levels in the Kingdom to ensure that the policies made at the Mengo trickle down into prosperity for the people.


Presiding over the opening the 22 sitting of the Buganda Parliament (Lukiiko) at Mengo on Monday, the Kabaka who commissioned over twenty Ssaza (county) chiefs urged them to deliver good service,  that is in the interest of the people.

He thanked Mawogola County for organizing this year’s coronation anniversary and Buwekula for Buganda Cup tournament.

“I also thank all people for the work they have done in supporting the Katikkiro (Prime Minister)’s work ever since he highlighted his work plan  when I appointed him, and I call upon you to support him to achieve more of what he doing,” Kabaka said.        

 

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