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    REVISED LIST: Museveni Releases New List Of RDC, Old List Had Dead People

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    President Yoweri Museveni, in Exercise of Powers confirmed on him by Articles 108(1), 108 (2), 113(1) and Article 99(1) of the 1995 Constitution of the Republic of Uganda,  has released a new list of Resident District Commissioners (RDC) and Deputy RDCs after getting information that the first list released on Sunday had dead people.

    Below is the new revised list:

    RESIDENT DISTRICT COMMISSIONERS

    NAMES DISTRICT
    1. MPIMBAZA HASHAKA ABIM
    2. TABAN DATA PETER ADJUMANI
    3. NGOMPEK LENOS AGAGO
    4. OMARA JOSEPHINE ALEBTONG
    5. EYALO LILLIAN AMOLATAR
    6. ADIAMA EKJU JOHN ROBERT AMUDAT
    7. ISEET JULIAN FEDE AMURIA
    8. AUMA LINDA AGNES AMURU
    9. AKELLO BEATRICE APAC
    10. NAHORI OYAA ARUA
    11. MARTIN OROCH BUDAKA
    12. WATENYELE JOHN NABENDE BUDUDA
    13. MUGABI MARTIN BUGIRI
    14. BISOBORWA PETER BUHWEJU
    15. KAGAYI JANE FRANCIS BUIKWE
    16. WALUGEMBE RAMATHAN BUKEDEA
    17.

     

    DR. SAZIR NSUBUGA MAYANJA

     

    BUKOMANSIMBI

     

    18.

     

    CHESOL TOM

     

    BUKWO

     

    19.

     

    PAAK PETER PAX

     

    BULAMBULI

     

    20.

     

    ASIIMWE AMOS

     

    BULIISA

     

    21.

     

    GUMA NUWAGABA

     

    BUNDIBUGYO

     

    22.

     

    TIBEMANYA JOLLY

     

    BUSHENYI

     

    23.

     

    CAPT. CHRIS MIKE OKIRIA

     

    BUSIA

     

    24.

     

    SEGAWA JIMMY EBIL

     

    BUTALEJA

     

    25.

     

    HAJJI SEBYALA BADRU

     

    BUTAMBALA

     

    26.

     

    NABIRYE AGNES

     

    BUVUMA


    27.

     

    OGWANG ADYERO

     

    BUYENDE

     

    28.

     

    EGOLE LAWRENCE

     

    DOKOLO

     

    29.

     

    SABIITI RUTH KASHAKA

     

    GOMBA

     

    30.

     

    CAPT. OKOT LAPOLO

     

    GULU

     

    31.

     

    KISEMBO SAMUEL ARAALI

     

    HOIMA

     

    32.

     

    AKATUHEBWA ELIASTO

     

    IBANDA

     

    33.

     

    KWESIGA EVA NALONGO (MRS.)

     

    IGANGA

     

    34.

     

    MUHANGI HERBERT

     

    ISINGIRO

     

    35.

     

    SAKWA ERIC

     

    JINJA

     

    36.

     

    NANDINDA DARIUS

     

    KABALE

     

    37.

     

    ASIIMWE STEPHEN

     

    KABAROLE

     

    38.

     

    ONYA AKONAPESA EDWARD

     

    KABERAMAIDO

     

    39.

     

    AACHILA JOHN REX

     

    KAABONG

     

    40.

     

    RUTERERAHO LILIAN

     

    KAGADI

     

    41.

     

    MUGUME APOLLO

     

    KAKUMIRO


    42.

     

    KIKOOLA DANIEL

     

    KALANGALA

     

    43.

     

    BILLY JANAT MULINDWA

     

    KALIRO

     

    44.

     

    TUKAIKIRIZA CALEB

     

    KALUNGU

     

    45.

     

    MPIIMA FARIDAH

     

    KAMPALA

     

    46.

     

    KIKOMEKO MWANAMOIZA

     

    KAMULI

     

    47.

     

    MUCUNGUZI GODFREY

     

    KAMWENGE

     

    48.

     

    SENGOOBA SSEKANDI SHAFIQ

     

    KANUNGU

     

    49.

     

    CHERUKUT EMMA ROSE

     

    KAPCHORWA

     

    50.

     

    LT. WALUSIMBI JOE

     

    KASESE

     

    51.

     

    BWALATUM MICHAEL

     

    KATAKWI

     

    52.

     

    BIRUNGI ROSE

     

    KAYUNGA

     

    53.

     

    MBABAZI DEBORAH

     

    KIBAALE

     

    54.

     

    MAWIYA LULE UMAR

     

    KIBOGA

     

    55.

     

    NAJJUMA JULIET SENKOOLE

     

    KIBUKU

     

    56.

     

    MUHINDO AMINADABU

     

    KIRUHURA


    57.

     

    DEBELE PETER

     

    KIRYANDONGO

     

    58.

     

    MUGISHA PETER

     

    KISORO

     

    59.

     

    OMARA CHRISTOPHER

     

    KITGUM

     

    60.

     

    KAWOOYA ISAAC

     

    KOBOKO

     

    61.

     

    OLWENY OMARA JOHANNAN

     

    KOLE

     

    62.

     

    LOGILO PETER NGOROK

     

    KOTIDO

     

    63.

     

    KATO MATANDA HUSSIEN

     

    KUMI

     

    64.

     

    BULWANIREGHA DENIS EPHRAIM

     

    KWEEN

     

    65.

     

    KABOYO DAVID

     

    KYANKWANZI

     

    66.

     

    KAWAMARA MISAKI

     

    KYEGEGWA

     

    67.

     

    BWEBALE APOLLO

     

    KYENJOJO

     

    68.

     

    KIDEGA JAMES

     

    LAMWO

     

    69.

     

    ODONG MILTON

     

    LIRA

     

    70.

     

    KABUYE NICKSON NUWAGABA

     

    LUUKA

     

    71.

     

    NAMULINDWA PHEOBE

     

    LUWERO


    72.

     

    JUUKO KASIITA APOLLO

     

    LWENGO

     

    73.

     

    KAMWINE CATHERINE

     

    LYANTONDE

     

    74.

     

    WASHAKI AHMED

     

    MANAFA

     

    75.

     

    SOET ESTHER

     

    MARACHA

     

    76.

     

    SSENTONGO HERMAN

     

    MASAKA

     

    77.

     

    NYAKAHUMA GODFREY

     

    MASINDI

     

    78.

     

    SHILAKU JAMES

     

    MAYUGE

     

    79.

     

    OGAJO BARASA

     

    MBALE

     

    80.

     

    MAJ. JAMES MWESIGYE

     

    MBARARA

     

    81.

     

    NASIIMA ADA

     

    MITOOMA

     

    82.

     

    CAPT. YAHAYA KAKOOZA

     

    MITYANA

     

    83.

     

    PETER KEN LACOP

     

    MOROTO

     

    84.

     

    KOMAKECH WILLIAM

     

    MOYO

     

    85.

     

    BYABASHAIJA ROSE MANDE

     

    MPIGI

     

    86.

     

    NYAKWEERA BAGUMA

     

    MUBENDE


    87.

     

    BAMWINE FRED

     

    MUKONO

     

    88.

     

    MODO DAVID LAMRTO

     

    NAKAPIRIPIRIT

     

    89.

     

    NAYEBARE KYAMUZIGITI

     

    NAKASEKE

     

    90.

     

    MUGANGA DAN

     

    NAKASONGOLA

     

    91.

     

    OPIRA SYLVESTER

     

    NAMAYINGO

     

    92.

     

    SEMPALA AMOS KIGOZI

     

    NAMUTUMBA

     

    93.

     

    LUBEGA ABUBAKER

     

    NAPAK

     

    94.

     

    LABEJA BOB WILLIAMS

     

    NEBBI

     

    95.

     

    ONORIA AMBROSE

     

    NGORA

     

    96.

     

    BIRYABAREMA ELAIJA

     

    NTOROKO

     

    97.

     

    BAKUNDA GEORGE

     

    NTUNGAMO

     

    98.

     

    AKELLO AGNES EBONG

     

    NWOYA

     

    99.

     

    AKANYE SUSAN

     

    OMORO

     

    100.

     

    ABAK ROBERT

     

    OTUKE

     

    101.

     

    AKULLU GILLIAN

     

    OYAM


    102.

     

    DUSMAN OKEE

     

    PADER

     

    103.

     

    KYEYUNE SSENYONJO

     

    PALLISA

     

    104.

     

    MUBIRU CHARLES

     

    RAKAI

     

    105.

     

    RWAKIFARI PETER

     

    RUBANDA

     

    106.

     

    NAKAMYA HARRIET

     

    RUBIRIZI

     

    107.

     

    KAGUTA DAN

     

    RUKUNGIRI

     

    108.

     

    BUSINGE HARRIET

     

    SEMBABULE

     

    109.

     

    OKISWA GEOFFREY

     

    SERERE

     

    110.

     

    KYERERE FRANK

     

    SHEEMA

     

    111.

     

    LULABA ISAAC

     

    SIRONKO

     

    112.

     

    TUKEI WILBERFORCE

     

    SOROTI

     

    113.

     

    OWOLE NIXON

     

    TORORO

     

    114.

     

    KIRABIRA ROSE NALONGO

     

    WAKISO

     

    115.

     

    ANDAMA RICHARD

     

    YUMBE

     

    116.

     

    MUHINDO PULKERIA

     

    RUKIGA


    117.

     

    TOKO SHUAIB

     

    PAKWACH

     

    118.

     

    NDISABA FATUMA

     

    BUTEBO

     

    119.

     

    MAJ. RTD. DAVID MATOVU

     

    KYOTERA

     

    120.

     

    KIAGAI MOSES WAMOTO

     

    NAMISINDWA

     

    121.

     

    ASIIMWE JANE MUHINDO

     

    BUNYANGABO

     

    122.

     

    KAJOINGE ANDREW KIWANUKA

     

    ZOMBO

     


    DEPUTY RESIDENT DISTRICT COMMISSIONERS

    NAMES DISTRICT
    1. HELLEN PULKOL ABIM
    2. MUGWERI MOSES ADJUMANI
    3. AKWETEIREHO JONATHAN AMOLATAR
    4. KEDI RONALD ONGODIA AMURIA
    5. KOMAKECH SALIM APAC

     

    6. ALICE AKELLO OPIO ARUA
    7. BAKALE SADIQ BUGIRI

     

    8. HUDU HUSSEIN BUIKWE

     

    9. HANIFAH KALADI BUKOMANSIMBI

     

    10. MUHANGUZI UMAR BUNDIBUGYO

     

    11. LOY NAMARA BUSHENYI

     

    12. KALIKWANI PAUL BUSIA

     


    13. ELIJAH MADOI BUTALEJA

     

    14. KIGONGO JUMA BUVUMA

     

    15. OREE TONNY GULU

     

    16. TABARO RICARD HOIMA
    17.

     

    BASHONGOKA MARY

     

    IBANDA

     

    18.

     

    NAKAMANDA PAMELA WATUWA

     

    IGANGA

     

    19.

     

    TUSIIME GIDEON

     

    ISINGIRO

     

    20.

     

    ABEL BAKUNDA

     

    JINJA

     

    21.

     

    RUGAJU GAD

     

    KABALE

     

    22.

     

    BANDEBA FESTUS

     

    KABAROLE

     

    23.

     

    ODONGO SAMUEL

     

    KABERAMAIDO

     

    24.

     

    MODO AUGUSTINE

     

    KAABONG

     

    25.

     

    NANYANZI SARAH

     

    KALUNGU

     

    26.

     

    HAWA NDEGGE

     

    KAMPALA (CENTRAL)

     

    27.

     

    NABUKENYA DEBORAH MERCY KITYO

     

    KAMPALA (KAWEMPE)

     

    28.

     

    KAGOLOLA IBRAHIM

     

    KAMPALA (MAKINDYE)

     

    29.

     

    BURORA HERBERT ANDERSON

     

    KAMPALA (NAKAWA)

     

    30.

     

    SENTAMU KABUGA DANIEL

     

    KAMPALA (RUBAGA)

     

    31.

     

    DUMBA MOSES

     

    KAMULI

     

    32.

     

    NYAKATEMBA REUBEN

     

    KAMWENGE

     

    33.

     

    EMMY NGABIRANO

     

    KANUNGU

     

    34.

     

    TWOYEN KENNETH CHEMONGES

     

    KAPCHORWA

     

    35.

     

    SENKUNGU TEOPISTA

     

    KALANGALA

     

    36.

     

    MASEREKA JOSHUA

     

    KASESE

     

    37.

     

    ENOMU VINCENT

     

    KATAKWI

     

    38.

     

    MUKOSE JAMES

     

    KAYUNGA

     

    39.

     

    NANSHEMEZA CAROLINE KASHAIJA

     

    KIBAALE

     

    40.

     

    KAGAMBI DOREEN KEITA

     

    KIBOGA

     

    41.

     

    KAMUKAMA NICHOLAS

     

    KIRUHURA


    42.

     

    NUWAGABA MOSES

     

    KISORO

     

    43.

     

    AMULI KASUGGA

     

    KITGUM

     

    44.

     

    BERU ABBEY

     

    KUMI

     

    45.

     

    DENIS NZAIRWE

     

    KYANKWANZI

     

    46.

     

    ANKUNDA SHARON

     

    KYEGEGWA

     

    47.

     

    KAHONAHO ISAAC

     

    KYENJOJO

     

    48.

     

    LWOROMOI TROBISCH

     

    LIRA

     

    49.

     

    KAGAIGA MIRIAM

     

    LUWERO

     

    50.

     

    NALUBEGA MARIAM SEGUYA

     

    LWENGO

     

    51.

     

    TIITWE RHODAH KAGAAGA

     

    LYANTONDE

     

    52.

     

    EMMY KATERA TURYABAGYENYI

     

    MBARARA

     

    53.

     

    OKWI GILBERT

     

    MANAFA

     

    54.

     

    CAPT. JOHN KADDU

     

    MASAKA

     

    55.

     

    BAHEBWA LONGINO

     

    MASINDI

     

    56.

     

    MITAALA EMMY

     

    MAYUGE

     

    57.

     

    LILLIAN NAKAWESA

     

    MBALE

     

    58.

     

    KASORO WILLIAM

     

    MITOOMA

     

    59.

     

    ISHA NTUMWA

     

    MITYANA

     

    60.

     

    ACHAM PROSCOVIA

     

    MOROTO

     

    61.

     

    GORE GRIFFIN

     

    MOYO

     

    62.

     

    BASUUKA HELLEN NSEREKO

     

    MPIGI

     

    63.

     

    KIIZA EVELYNE TINKAMILILWE

     

    MUBENDE

     

    64.

     

    BWABYE RICHARD

     

    MUKONO

     

    65.

     

    AJILONG MODESTA

     

    NAKAPIRIPIRIT

     

    66.

     

    AHARIKUNDIRA AFRICANO

     

    NAKASEKE

     

    67.

     

    MAJID DHIKUSOOKA

     

    NAMAYINGO

     

    68.

     

    ADYANGO RACHAEL

     

    NEBBI

     

    69.

     

    KANYAMAHANE ISAIAH

     

    NTUNGAMO

     

    70.

     

    AWANY ANDREW

     

    PADER

     

    71.

     

    EMOKOL J.P. ONYANGO

     

    PALLISA

     

    72.

     

    MUHINDO JUSTINE MUTABAZI

     

    RAKAI

     

    73.

     

    BITARUHO FRANCIS

     

    RUBIRIZI

     

    74.

     

    KEMIGISA GRACE MASIKO

     

    RUKUNGIRI

     

    75.

     

    KINTU MUSOKE

     

    SEMBABULE

     

    76.

     

    MAGUNDA GEORGE

     

    SIRONKO

     

    77.

     

    EKOOMU JOHN STEVEN

     

    SOROTI

     

    78.

     

    WERE YAHAYA

     

    TORORO

     

    79.

     

    HAJJI NJUKI NOOR MBABAALI

     

    WAKISO (ENTEBBE)

     

    80.

     

    MBABAZI JUSTINE

     

    WAKISO (KASANGATI)

     

    81.

     

    SEKASAMBA JOSEPH

     

    WAKISO

    (KIIRA)

    82.

     

    ICHOGOR CHARLES

     

    BUKEDEA


    1.

     

    ASIIMWE MARTHA

     

     

    SECRETARIAT OF RDC’S

    2.

     

    TWEHEYO JAMES

     

    SECRETARIAT OF RDC’S
    3.

     

    SR. AKIROR MARY GRACE

     

    SECRETARIAT OF RDC’S

     

     

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    I Want My Child; Mother Cries Out To Majambere To Release His Son Who He Abducted, NRM Diehard Denies Allegation, Vows To Drag NUP To Court…

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    Nambazira Sauda (R), the mother to Godfrey Kirumira and Majambere

    A mother has cried out to National Resistance Movement (NRM) supporter Kamuntu Majembere to fight with fellow old men and bring back her child.

    Nambazira Sauda, the mother to Godfrey Kirumira, 17, wept while asking Sam Majembere alias Empologoma ya NRM to bring back her child who he kidnapped.

    Appearing at National Unity Platform (NUP) headquarters in Kamwokya Kampala, Sauda, with tears rolling down her eyes disclosed that on 5th, November, 2022, her child was kidnapped in a drone and taken away by Majambere.

    “The kids he was playing with that day came running to me and saying ‘mummy mummy’ Majambere came with other men and slapped Godfrey. He fell to the ground and they carried him away to a waiting drone and took him,” Sauda narrated as she cried.

    She added, “Majembere, you killed my child, you killed my 17-year-old child, you should have fought with your agemates and left my child.

    “I don’t even know how exactly he killed my son. Majambere give me my son at least I bury him myself. But why don’t you fight those who fought you not my little boy. Please give me my child, I’m in a lot of pain.”

    Embattled Sauda adduced that Majembere picked her son at 8:30 pm in a lot of pain.

    “At least you would have just slapped him and told him to sit down and asked him whatever you wanted, he would have obeyed but you shouldn’t have taken my son in that kind of bitterness.”

    She cursed, “May God do the worst to you Majembere that you will also die badly just like you killed my son but please give him to me so I can bury him. I no longer eat or even drink because of my child.

    “But you are a big man, how do you not know the people to fight with. What exactly did you want with my son. I will never forgive you.”

    MAJAMBERE VOWS TO DRAG NUP TO COURT

    When theGrapevine spoke to Majambere concerning the allegations, he denied them insisting that at the time they claim that Godfrey was abducted, he was in hospital receiving treatment after succumbing to injuries from angry mob at the burial of late Jakana Nadduli.

    “I am even at my home right now but I want you to know that I’m not a police officer neither am I an army officer. We have already seen the intentions of NUP. Recently they got accident victims and took them to Kenya and claimed they were tortured by government,” he told theGrapevine.

    Majambere however vowed to drag the deceased’s mother and the whole NUP leadership to court for accusing him of what he has no clue about adding that his lawyers are already working on it.

    He added that NUP just wants to kill him that is why they are now falsely accusing him.

    Majambere also denied allegations that he had a gun at the burial of late Jakana Nadduli noting that there is no way he would have had a gun and not shot at those who beat him up that day.

    “They have managed to fail me here in Uganda and so am going to go (to another country) and leave them that’s if they don’t kill me before I leave. Uganda has become a bush let me first run away and find protection.”

    Asked if he has managed to talk to his boss, President Museveni concerning the threats on his life before he runs out of the country, Majambere contended that President Museveni has never been his boss because he (Majambere) doesn’t work in security.

    “I just support NRM and I will never betray it even when NUP comes and attacks me and kills me, let them do so but as for me, I can never denounce NRM. And I’m not ready to do what they (NUP)  want me to do for them.”

    Majambere revealed to theGrapevine that there is something Bobi Wine asked him to do and he refused.

    He however refused to elaborate more on their chemistry and what separated them.

    This comes at a time when a number of opposition members have been abducted and taken by unknown men in drones, the recent being Sheikh Yahaya Mwanje and former presidential candidate, Joseph Kabuleta.

     

    By Kalamira Hope and Sengooba Alirabaki

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    NRM HOUSE ON FIRE! Speaker Among Directs Minister Otafiire To Beef Up MP Begumisa Security Over Minister Kawooya Death Threats…

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    L-R: Minister Hanifa Kawooya, Begumisa and Speaker Among

    Annet Anita Among, the Speaker of Parliament has directed Internal Affairs Minister Maj. Gen. Kahinda Otafiire to beef up the security of Mary Begumisa, the Ssembabule district woman Member of Parliament (MP) and her family over several death threats from health junior minister Anifa Kawooya Bangirana.

    Among told parliament that on several occasions, Begumisa has been in her office kneeling and pleading with her to give her an opportunity to raise her matter on the floor of parliament against Minister Kawooya until Thursday morning when she blamed her for being compromised to deny her the opportunity to raise her matter.

    “She cried and also said that I was also compromised not to allow her to speak, I said no this house is yours, you come and speak whatever you want to speak.

    Last week I thought that this issue will be resolved when I told the government chief whip and the Leader of the Opposition to resolve the issue of Hon. Namugga because it is the same issue but nothing has been resolved,” Among said.

    Among was responding to Begumisa’s submission during which she accused minister Kawooya of harassing her, her family members and her supporters because they are against her move to subdivide Ssembabule district to create another district.

    Begumisa told parliament that Kawooya told her supporters that President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni directed cabinet to divide Ssembabule into two districts in the interest of implementing the ongoing Parish Development model as a tool to fight poverty in the region.

    She explained that those who protested her move are being imprisoned while others are on the run including Begumisa’s husband who is always hiding in her car.

    However, Among told parliament that minister Kawooya doesn’t have powers to create new districts because even the local government minister does not have such powers.

    She added that it was resolved to halt the creation of new administrative units like the one Minister Kawooya is fighting for.

    She directed with immediate effect the minister of lands to go to Ssembabule district to stop the demarcation of the boundaries which is allegedly going on because it is illegal.

    Justine Kasule Lumumba, the Minister for General Duties in the Prime Minister’s office, on behalf of the government promised that Begumisa’s security will be beefed it up. She advised women leaders to stop fighting in public because it is shameful.

    She promised to talk to Minister Kawooya.

    Lumumba asked the speaker to also give Kawooya the opportunity to defend herself concerning the allegations brought against her.

     

    By Sengooba Alirabaki

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    Has Bobi Wine Finally Made Up His Mind To Replace Mpuuga With Zaake? Battle For LOP Position Rages On, NUP Speaks out…

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    L-R: Mityana municipality MP Zaake, LOP Mpuuga and NUP boss Bobi Wine

    David Lewis Rubongoya, the National Unity Platform (NUP) Secretary General has rubbished allegations that his party president Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine has written to Annet Anita Among, the Speaker of Parliament, appointing Mityana Municipality Member of Parliament (MP) Francis Zaake as the Leader of Opposition in Parliament replacing Mathias Mpuuga Nsamba.

    Rubongoya said that the aim of people who are circulating allegations that Bobi Wine has fired Mpuuga is to disorganise opposition legislators and NUP members at large which they cannot accept as NUP leadership.

    The allegation come at a time when Bobi Wine has just blasted some of his party MPs and opposition at large for not supporting Zaake when he was protesting on the floor of parliament over the kidnapping of opposition supporters especially in Buganda.

    Thomas Tayebwa, the deputy speaker of parliament early this week sent Zaake to the parliament’s disciplinary committee for violating his orders when he insisted on commenting on the ongoing kidnaps in the country even after advising him on the right procedure to follow.

    However, Bobi Wine claims that it was wrong for Tayebwa to frustrate Zaake and praised Makindye West legislator Derrick Nyeko, Kasanda South’s Frank Kabuye, Nakaseke Central’s Allan Mayanja and Kilak South’s Gilbert Olanyah who stood with Zaake when he was protesting.

    Sources inside NUP revealed that Bobi Wine is very determined to drop all the opposition leadership in parliament because they are not respecting his orders and are in bed with the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party which he says is betrayal.

    Sources added that apart from Zaake, other people who are being vetted to replace Mpuuga include Busiro East’s Medard Lubega Ssegona and Kasanda North’s Patrick Oshabe Nsamba.

     

    By Sengooba Alirabaki

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