Parents challenged to think of the legacies to leave to their children


The Kasese District Chairperson, Mr. Eliphaz Muhindi Bukombi has challenged the parents to think of the legacies they would leave to their children when they depart from the world.

The District Boss sounded the challenge yesterday afternoon while addressing the mourners who had thronged Kamughobe Village in Nyabirongo Parish, Kisinga Sub-county for the send off of the body of the Late Erisa Mulima Ngene.

Born in 1936, the Late Mulima, 88, succumbed to Heart failure and Asthma on Monday at Kagando Hospital, according to a family report that was read to the mourners.

Mr. Muhindi described the Late Mulima as the only Rwenzururu Subject who fought against illiteracy through the use of a pen as well as uniting his family hence creating a positive legacy.

He reiterated his call to the residents to appreciate the Central Government for the services extended to the citizens including the construction of bridges, construction of a theatre and staff quarters at Nyabirongo Health Centre IV coupled with the construction roads in the mountainous areas in an attempt to make the schools and health centres located in those areas accessible on time.

In his remarks, the Kisinga Sub-county Chairperson, Mr. Julius Mukeri lectured the mourners on food feeding. According to him, good feeding contributes a lot to one’s lifespan.

He observed need for the residents to revive some kitchen gardens that he described as important as far as good feeding is concerned.

Speaker after speaker, described the Late Mulima as an Engineer who among other things constructed the Messiah Radio House in Kasese town. ENDS

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