INTER-MARRIAGES CAN STOP THE KASESE CRISIS—MUHEREZA KORUTARO

SHILLAH KORUTARO’S GIVEAWAY PICTORIAL AND ARTICLE AT THE BOTTOM

Ms Shillah introducing her fiance Joseph at their home in Bushenyi town

 

Sam Korutaro and Daudi Bukomoko at the function.

 

Mr. Mungereza of UBOS and his wife, brother at the function

 

Mr. Mushega, Mishach Bagarukayo and Bitarabeho at giveaway ceremony

 

Mr. Odo Tayebwa and wife and Kahiigi paul at the colorful function

 

Minister Karooro Okurut and Sam Kahindi at giveaway ceremony

 

Commissioner of prisons Mr. Munanura Tom and Go between at the function

 

[center] Mr. Janana Mukaira-director valley university of science and technology explaining to the guests the purpose and use of Omugamba
Shillah and friends entering the scene of the function

BY WILBER MUWEZI

IN BUSHENYI—–

Robert Muhereza Korutaro, a son of a fallen Greater Bushenyi 1980 UPC politician MZEE Korutaro who was killed in an accident, yesterday revealed that inter-marriages can avert many more like kasese crisis in the country.

Mr. Muhereza said this during the giveaway ceremony of Shillah Korutaro to Joseph a Rugubala from west Nile.

“The mother of Joseph is a mukiiga, the mother of Shillah was a muganda and the father of shillah was also a munyankole like me, he is my brother such intermarriages averts the kasese like crisis” Muhereza who is the hair of Mzee Korutaro[mzee Korutaro] was pivotal in the UPC party in 1980—1985.

Muhereza who never elaborated on the Kasese crisis noted that the solution for one tribe settling in one part of the country and doing everything alone leads to the fighting aimed at autonomy.

The king of Rwenzuru kingdom and his prime minister and over 300 bakonjo are in prison following killings of police officers and attacks on security installations by royal guards recruited by King Wensly Mumbere. Over 100 innocent Bakanjo lost their lives at the palace on Nov. 27, 2016.

In attendance at the function was the former east African community secretary general Amanya Mushega who called on people to keep the unity and avoid subdivisions of their areas.

Mary Karooro Okurut the general duties minister avoided a questioned posed to her by Mr. Muhereza the use of banana factory under [PIBID] in Bushenyi district and when will it start full scale production and people of Bushenyi benefit.

Odo Tayebwa former MP Bushenyi Ishaka municipality now with election petition in the court of appeal and Paul Kahiigi former Bushenyi district chairman loser and also in the court of appeal were in attendance.

The UBOS boss Mr. Mungereza, winniston Katushabe transport licensing board and Willis Bashaasha director manifesto implementation at statehouse also attended.

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