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Ssebaana Kizito laid to rest

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Added 8th July 2017 11:08 AM

The final send off of late Ssebaana Kizito at Mpande village in Luweero district has started.

Ssebaana Kizito laid to rest

The final send off of late Ssebaana Kizito at Mpande village in Luweero district has started.

Photos by Ashraf Kasirye and Moses Nsubuga

The final send off of late Ssebaana Kizito at Mpande village in Luweero district has started.

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The central government is represented by minister of Justice and Constitutional affairs Kahinda Otafire, Kampala minister Betty Olive Namisango Kamya and public service minister Muluuli Mukasa

DP president general Nobert Mao in the photo above, has attacked Lukwago, Nambooze and other leaders accusing them of arriving late after all other important guests had arrived in time.
 
He apologized to the Kattikiro on behalf of DP for the indiscipline that has occurred here, saying that fellow leaders should avoid creating scenes at events like this one.

Ssebaana's ophans led by Joseph Kizito braving heavy rainfall while addressing mourners.

Lukwago has advised the opposition youths to stop strangling and trying to kill fellow opposition leaders and focus their energy to fight NRM.

Former DP president Paul kawanga ssemwogerere apologizes to mourners over the chaos which has marred Ssebaana's funeral and burial ceremony.

Katikkiro Mayiga while addressing mourners said Uganda needs leaders like Ssebaana who find ways of solving problems instead of repeatedly mentioning problems.

Otafire has defended himself regarding rumours of lifting the age limit of the office of president. He says its not his decision to make but that of Ugandans to amend the constitution. And above all the article that allows government to amend the constitution was left by former leaders like Paul Kawanga ssemwogerere, Besigye, and the late Ssebaana.

Ssebaana is given a three gun salute to appreciate his contribution to the country.

 

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