By Ambrose Kweronda
Samuel Mucunguzi Rwakigoba the chairperson LCV Ntungamo District has blasted residents of Ntungamo to patiently wait for investigations by state house anti –corruption unit into alleged ghost health centres.
Last week the State house anti-corruption health monitoring unit led by Dr. Brian Arinaitwe arrested Nasser Mukiibi the district Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Acting Chief Finance Officer Muhwezi Frank Buhamizo, Principal auditor Coleb Natuhamya and Ezra Tukesiga-Mukama the district Senior auditor on allegations of creating ghost health center IV
Now, Rwakigoba said that he is e concerned over the comments circulated on social media and other media platform before the investigations are complete.
He asked the general public to wait for the investigators to complete their work instead of jeopardizing it and pledged to table the whole report before media.
LCV Mucunguzi made remarks on Tuesday at the burial of late Egrance Ayoreka Nyambobo the mother to the former lady councillor Itojo sub county Iddah Sanyu Nturanabo in Rwemihanga Itojo sub county Ruhaama county.
He hailed the late Egrance Ayoreka Nyambobo for being a blessing to the family and the nation at large appealing to all mourners to emulate her deeds.
The district speaker Twikirize Nicholas Mugyenyi commended the people of Itojo and Ntungamo at large for embracing education for their children and condemning parents who escort their children burials yet they should be at schools.
In his comforting words, the South Ankole Diocesan Treasurer Rev Azaria Mwebembezi reminded all mourners to let their works glorifies God if they are to have everlasting life like what late Egrance Ayoreka Nyambobo did.
Rev Mwebembezi was assisted by Ven Rev John Baryamumpa the Arch deacon Itojo and Ven Rev Turyatsingura Stephen the Archdeacon Rutooma among others.
The late Egrance Ayoreka Nyambobo succumbed of Heart failure aged 87 years and left a husband, 8 children, 31 grand and 14 great grandchildren.