By Wilber Muhwezi Kasibante
Speaker after speaker have described late Lawrence Banyoya as a genius, disciplined and hardworking officer.
According to Johnson Bitarabeho the former chairman of local government finance commission and now member of public service commission, Banyoya was hardworking, disciplined and differentiated very well between a boss and a subordinate.
Bitarebeho told mourners that the late Banyoya moved from Rwampara to Bushenyi after he sold him a land in Kitembe where he constructed his current home and allowed him to pay in instalments.
One of his brothers narrated that their father died when they were still young but Banyoya was fortunately taken up by a Good Samaritan who saw him through school.
His wife Betty Banyoya described him as a loving husband who has not died in vain because he has left a legacy.
The PS ministry of local government Ben Kumumanya has described Banyoya has a hardworking who formulated the local government act and was able to work with many boards since 200 without any of them rejecting him.
He had initiated an IT project where local government would be interconnected and release of money, expenditure and accountability are all captured.
PS Kumumanya pledged to ensure that late Banyoya’s IT project is completed and comes to reality.
Onapit Enkomot the director of Communications Nile breweries, former MP in 6th parliament, presidential press secretary described the late brother in law Banyoya as a loving child in their family.
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