Rwenzururu kingdom progresses in promoting peace and unity


The Rwenzururu King (Omusinga) Charles Wesley Mumbere Iremangoma has noted that the cultural institution is steadily promoting the gospel of peace, unity and togetherness as some of the pillars of development. 

The Omusinga sounded the remarks yesterday while addressing a delegation from the Kalyabyuma Family in Kahokya village, Mahango Sub-county who had paid a courtesy visit to his Kamaiba based Royal Palace in Kasese town. The family had also come to notify the King about the passing on of Mr. Yohana Muhindo Mukirania who served Obusinga Bwa Rwenzururu for a long period of time.

According to the family, the Late Yohana Muhindo Mukirania died on September 29, 2022 at the age of 100 when the Omusinga together with the Royal Guards were still under incarceration.

During the meeting, the Omusinga told the Kalyabyuma Family members that the rebranding process of the cultural institution was on course with five major pillars including peace promotion, unity, mindset change, reconciliation and socio-economic transformation.

He hailed the family members for upholding their Late Father’s legacy, something that he said has given the family a good name and identify as the Kingdom’s loyalists. He described the Late Yohana Muhindo Mukirania as someone who was loyal, hard working and a long serving Veteran who worked at both the Palace and maintained Nyamutswa Cultural Hill in Mahango Sub-county. 

In her remarks, the Rwenzururu Queen (Nyabaghole) Agnes Ithungu Asimawe, hailed the Kalyabyuma Family for having remained united and for continuing to safeguard the Nyamutswa Cultural Hill, the same way their Late Father did. She described their Late Father as a man who was full of words of wisdom.

Nyabaghole challenged them to continue preserving culture and promote environmental conservation for the good of the entire Obusinga Bwa Rwenzururu subjects.

Mr. Alex Bwambale Kalyabyuma, who led the delegation hailed the Royal Family for hosting them and explained that their visit to the King was to show him their family heir, one Simon Bwambale Sibyolho Kalyabyuma.

They subsequently requested the King to utilize him in the Kingdom’s activities, the same way he would do to their Late Father.


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