TRIBALISM, UNPROFESSIONAL IGG INVESTIGATIONS KILLED KYAMBOGO COLLEGE H/M—CHILDREN AND MOURNERS REVEAL
BY WILBER MUHWEZI-KASIBANTE
One of the children of the late Anna Tumwesigye Makaru Miss Marion Murungi today afternoon April 21, 2018 openly told mourners in Busiibo Sheema municipality western Uganda that the death of her mother was as a result of unprofessional inspector general of Government’s investigations and tribalism.
She added these two tribalism and threats by IGG staff played a big part in the escalation of her health which was always threatened by high blood pressure and diabetes.
Children of the deceased
Minister Elioda Tumwesigye
Speaker from speaker at the burial noted that in Buganda where Kyambogo college is located is expected to be led by the Baganda tribe head teachers therefore never wanted Amunyankole Late Anna Tumwesigye to lead the school.
“My mum one time told me that in the course of the investigations, a man called Egesa noted that even if my mum did everything, she could not survive that investigations” Marion told mourners as she cried.
There have been a growing tribal strong differences emerging between the Baganda and the Banyankole. Baganda warning Banyankole that as soon as Museveni leaves power, all what they have in Buganda would be destroyed.
The minister of innovations science and technology Dr. Elioda Tumwesigye who was the chief mourner directed the assistant commissioner in charge of secondary education Mr. Mondo Kyateka to critically investigate the issues at Kyambogo college that led to the death of Late Anna Tumwesigye.
Dr. Elioda also pleaded to meet the education minister Janet Kataha Museveni over the matter. He warned investigators from IGG not to be tormentors but professional investigators.
The preacher of the day and Bishop of Ankole diocese Dr. Sheldon Mwesigwa warned Ugandans against practicing tribalism and especially in schools.
“The headmaster at the school I supervise Mbarara high school is a mukiiga and Mbarara high school was one of best in O’level results 2017 and am comfortable with him. Let us leave tribe a side and do development” Bishop Sheldon told mourners before he started preaching.
The late Anna Tumwesigye was born 56 years ago and was happily married to Ben Makaru and left with him four children.
Source: www.mknewslink.com; a western Uganda news website.