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Tewali nsonga eneetulemesa kumaliriza Masiro - Katikkiro
Feb 02, 2015
Bya DICKSON KULUMBA

KATIKKIRO Charles Peter Mayiga agambye nti okusoomoo

zebwa kwayolekedde kwe kutaasa Bassekabaka abagalamidde mu Masiro e Kasubi omusana mu kiseera kino ogubookya ate n’okuteeka ekifo kino ku mutindo gw’ensi yonna.

Yazzeemu okuwera ng’Amasiro gano bwe galina okuggwa mu mbeera yonna n’agamba nti, “Nziramu okuwera nti tewali nsonga egenda kutulemesa kumaliriza mulimu guno. Enkuba ketonye, kibuyaga kaakunte, omusana ka gwake, tulina okumaliriza amasiro.”

Bino Katikkiro yabyogedde bwe yabadde alambuza Obuganda omulimu ogukolebwa ku Masiro e Kasubi eggulo ku Ssande n’asiima bonna abali ku mulimu era n’agamba nti omulimu guno gulina okutambuzibwa okusinziira mu mitendera.

Ssentebe w’olukiiko oluvunaanyizibwa ku kuzzaawo Amasiro, Al- Haji Kaddu Kiberu yategeezezza ng’okutusibwa kwa langi ebadde emaze ebbanga eddene ng’erindirirwa bwe kiguddewo essula empya mu kuzzaawo Amasiro gano.


Kaddu yagambye nti “ Essa kwe tutuuse, omulimu guno gusigadde mu mikono gy’abantu babiri ate bonna nga bataka; Kasujja ne Muteesasira era mubadde mugamba nti tubadde tutambudde mpola naye nange ngenda kubakanda ebyetaagisa ebirala okuli essubi, emmuli, amavuvume n’ebirala.

Omutaka Muteesasira Tendo Keeya yagambye nti ttiimu ye ey’Abagirinya yamaze dda okugitendeka era yeetegese okutandika omulimu gw’okulasa akasolya k’enju Muzibu Azala Mpanga ate n’oluvannyuma akwase Wabulakayole ( Omusige okuva ewa Kasujja), omulimu gw’okusereka.

“ Omulimu oguddako muzito era muzibu. Mu mbeera eno gugenda kutambula mpola kubanga eby’obuwangwa tebikubibwamu mavuunya n’olwekyo tulina okugendera mu mitendera,” Omumyuka owookubiri owa Katikkiro era Minisita w’obulambuzi, obuwangwa n’ennono Haji Muhamood Sekimpi bwe yagambye.

Langi ebadde erindiriddwa okuva e Girimani yatuusibwa wiiki ewedde nga kwajjirako omukugu era nga gulondoolwa aba kkampuni ya langi Peacock ng’olunaku lw’eggulo ( Ssande) baalaze abantu abaabadde e Kasubi engeri langi eno eyatereddwaako gy’egenda okutaasaamu Amasiro.

Allan Kibirige ku lwa Peacock yannyonnyodde nti, “ Langi eno eyamba okutaasa omuliro ne gutasanyawo Masiro okumala essaawa bbiri ng’abazinyamwoto bwe bajja. Mu ngeri

y’emu egenda kuyamba okuwangaaza enju eno.


Omuwanika w’olukiiko lw’Amasiro, Gaster Lule Ntakke yalangiridde ensimbi 5,019,700/- nga ku zino Pius Mugalaasi n’omutuba gwa Katulami e Kisunku mu ssiga lya Jjumba mu kika ky’enkima gwakulembera yaleeseeko obukadde buna. Ntakke yagambye nti ensimbi zino zigenda kusigala Kasubi okukola ku nsonga ez’enjawulo okuli amasannyalaze n’amazzi agatawaanya abagasulamu.

Abavubuka mwenyigire mu bulimi - Kabaka awadde amagezi.


Dec 08, 2014


Kabaka ng’awuubira ku bantu be ku mbuga y’eggombolola y’e Buwama mu ssaza ly’e Mawokota e Mpigi ku Lwomukaaga ku mikolo gy’Abavubuka mu Buganda.


Bya DICKSON KULUMBA NE PADDY BUKENYA


KABAKA Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II alagidde abavubuka okwongera okwegatta 

beenyigire mu bulimi nga balima ebirime eby’ettunzi okusobola okwekulaakulanya.

Omutanda ng’ali ku mikolo gy’abavubuka mu Buganda ku mbuga y’eggombolola y’e Buwama mu ssaza lya Mawokota mu disitulikiti y’e Mpigi ku Lwomukaaga, yawadde abavubuka amagezi okukozesa ebifo ku masaza ne ku magombolola okukolerako emirimu egy’enjawulo egy’enkulaakulana

n’asiima abatandiseewo emirimu ne bayambako n’abalala okwebeezaawo.

 

Ente Omubaka Kenneth Kiyingi Bbosa (Mawokota South) gye yatonedde 

Ssaabasajja ku Lwomukaaga. 


Kabaka alagidde abavubuka okwekebeza Kabaka yakubirizza abavubuka okwekuuma:


“Omwaka guno tujjukiziddwa ensonga y’ebyobulamu. Abavubuka tusaanye okwekuuma nga tuli balamu, okwekebeza buli mwaka kubanga si kirungi okugenda mu ddwaaliro nga tumaze okugonda ate omuvubuka alina okulya obulungi.”


Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga yakunze abavubuka okukozesa emikisa Kabaka gy’abatee

reddewo; mu by’obulimi beekwate BUCADEF n’okuyingira Ssuubiryo Zambogo SACCO.


Omulamwa gwabadde; Omuvubuka omulamu ate nga mukozi ye nnamuziga w’enku

laakulana mu Buganda, era wano Minisita w’abavubuka e Mmengo, Henry Ssekabembe, we yategeerezza nga bammemba ba Ssuubiryo Zambogo SACCO bwe batuuse ku 1,500 nga kati balinawo n’obukadde 285.

 

Abamu ku Baamasaza ku mukolo gw’Abavubuka mu Buganda e Mawokota ku Lwomukaaga.


Omukolo gwetabyeko; ssentebe w’abavubuka mu Buganda, Richard Kabanda, Kayima David Ssekyeru, Katikkiro eyawummula Dan Mulika, sipiika wa Buganda Nelson Kawalya n’omumyuka we Ahmed Lwasa, Minisita Amelia Kyambadde, Omubaka Kenneth Kiyingi Bbosa (Mawokota South) ssaako baminisita b’e Mmengo, abakulu b’ebika n’Abaamasaza.


Abayimbi; Mathias Walukagga ne Fred Ssebbale be baasanyusiza abantu ba Kabaka.


INSIGHT

The first bank in The Ganda Kingdom

By Henry Lubega

Posted  Sunday, March 1  2015 

  

Before 1906, there was no banking institution in Uganda until November of the same year when the national Bank of India opened its first branch in Entebbe, and four years later it opened the first bank in Kampala, although it was later taken up to become Grindlys Bank.

The National Bank of India was followed by Standard Bank of South Africa Limited when on September 19, 1912, it opened its first branch in Kampala. And a few years later it opened another branch in Jinja.

Barclays

Barclays followed in 1927 when it opened two branches in Kampala and Jinja. In 1954 three more banks; Bank of Baroda, Bank of India and The Nedelandsche Handel-Maatschappij M.V (Netherlands Trading Society) opened in Uganda.

According to Saben’s commercial directory and handbook of Uganda, as early as 1949 the banking system had been established in Uganda but did not control much of the financial liquidity that was in circulation across the board in the country.

“Much of the money was controlled in the bazaars and other channels which were predominantly controlled by people of the Asian origin. These people played a key role in the buying of cotton.

However, areas where banks were non-existent, merchants in those areas played the part of the banks. This was through taking drafts in exchange for cash or physical items in exchange for hard cash,” Saben wrote.

By 1950, it was realised that to bring more Africans into the business there was need to provide them with credit. Unfortunately, the commercial banks at the time would not extend credit to Africans because of the nature of their securities.

Under Ordinance number 20 of 1950 the Uganda Credit and Saving Bank was created purposely to extend credit facilities to Africans with the aim of furthering agriculture, commercial building and co-operative society purposes.


On October 2, 1950, the bank was opened and by 1961 it had spread to places like Arua, Fort Portal, Jinja, Soroti, Gulu, Masaka and Mbale, taking only African deposits.

Building Society

Two years later, the first Building Society in Uganda was opened as a subsidiary of a Kenyan owned firm Savings and Loans Society Limited. 

More financial institutions continued to open up in Uganda with Lombard Bank from Kenya, in partnership with Uganda Development Corporation, opening the Lombank Uganda Limited in 1958. It was this bank which first introduced the hire purchase system of shopping in Uganda.


It was not until 1966 that through an act of Parliament that Bank of Uganda was created. Prior to this, issues to do with money were handled by the East African currency board which had its head offices in Kenya.

In daddy’s scientific footsteps: With her 5th degree, Butambala girl lives the American dream:

Written by Joseph W. Kamugisha & Ronnie Mayanja

 Created: 29 May 2012

 

PhD Holder: Dr Sala Nanyanzi Senkayi(centre) and mother(right) and supervising Professor(left)




   Sala and her Daddy.

It is every parent’s dream to see their children grow up and graduate from university.

But often do you meet a five-degree holder, topped off with a Doctorate degree or PhD?

Well, recently the Ugandan community in Dallas Fort Worth not only embraced one, they also welcomed their community’s first and youngest female PhD holder in the names of Dr Sala Nanyanzi Senkayi. It has been a long time coming for the young lady, the daughter of Dr Abu Senkayi (PhD) and Sunajeh Senkayi, having began her humble journey at Texas A&M University, with a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) degree.

She would later pick up two other B.Sc degrees and a Master of Science degree) from the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). And then came her PhD in environmental science from the same University of Texas at Arlington, for which she wrote a dissertation on “Proximity to Airport and Cancer Incidences in Texas”.

Many people will be familiar with the adage that it takes a village to raise a child; that is what many friends and well wishers of the Senkayi family said during Sala’s graduation party. The proud parents could be seen beaming with excitement as speaker after speaker, spoke about their daughter’s achievement.

Emcee Frank Sentamu, added excitement to the evening when he suggested that the two doctors should change their names to Dr Senkayi Senior and Dr Senkayi Junior as a way of separating father and daughter.

The journey that first inspired the young Sala could be traced back to her childhood. According to her father, on the day he got his PhD, Sala ran to the stage, grabbed her Dad’s hat and put it on her own head, as if to suggest that one day she would wear her own. Several years passed but Dr Abu Senkayi did not imagine ever having the pleasure of participating in the hooding process of his only daughter.

The hooding process is normally reserved for the graduate’s major professor, but in one of those rare occasions when a parent of the student is a Doctorate degree holder, the pleasure and opportunity of carrying out this exercise is often passed on to the parent, which in this case was Dr Abu Senkayi an environmental scientist himself.

Sala owes her success to the inspiration and support of her parents, and brother Ali Senkayi, an electrical engineer. She is also quick to mention the collective effort of many other community friends and relatives who encouraged her along her academic journey.

Dr Abu Senkayi, an official Buganda Kingdom representative in North America, also mentioned that Sala had been involved in planning for Buganda cultural activities in Dallas. In 2001, young as she was, Sala played a prominent role during Kabaka Ronald Mutebi’s, visit to Dallas. The same was the case when the Nnabagereka of Buganda, Sylvia Nnaginda, visited in 2005.

The Senkayi family, originally from Kibibi in Butambala, left Uganda in the 1970s and settled in the United States. They visit Uganda regularly and were here only last December, to participate in the Ugandan Diaspora conference the Serena Hotel. Dr Sala is also an active community organizer who spends time going to schools and colleges to talk about Environmental protection.

Besides her commitment to the community, Sala maintains a full time job in the same office block and department with her father, at the Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Her EPA mentor proudly noted, during the evening graduation dinner, that Sala is “a very dedicated girl, who takes her job very seriously and devotes a lot of time into everything she does.”

Before Sala joined her father as an EPA employee, the father remembers bringing her to the office on special days when employees are allowed to bring their children to the office. One could say that all this gave the little girl some early inspiration to follow in her dad’s footsteps.

But when asked why she chose environmental science Sala said: “I’m not trying to follow my dad’s footsteps per se, because I like Biology and my dad is a soil scientist. But I also like my dad because he is a cool guy!”

Sala says she enjoys her work environmental protection, and her fellowship in the Ugandan community. “Getting a degree is just part of the story” she says. “Making friends, helping each other, as Ugandan community members to advance each other, is what will help us succeed here in the Diaspora.”

With her five degrees, the single Dr Sala intends to keep her job at EPA, although she could go into academia; and she still cherishes working with children on environment-related programmes.

“I can now say that I’m free at last,” she says. “I have all the time I need to live and enjoy my life.”


Pulezidenti Museveni atunze ente 400 mu lufula y’e Luweero

By Musasi wa Bukedde

Added 15th August 2016


 Pulezidebti ( mu byeru) ng’aggulawo lufula.

PULEZIDENTI Museveni mulunzi era mu kiseera kino agamba nti alina ennume 400 ze yamaze okufunira akatale mu lufula y’Abamisiri ey’omulembe gye yagguddewo e Luweero. Lufula eno yagguddwaawo ku Lwokuna lwa wiiki ewedde.

Pulezidenti yagambye nti ennume zino bagenda kuziggya ku ffaamu ye, bazitwale bazirunde zisobole okutuuka ku mutindo oguvaamu ennyama etundibwa ebweru w’eggwanga. Lufula eno ey’omulembe eyitibwa “Egypt Uganda Food Security Ltd “ ng’esangibwa ku kyalo Nyimbwa mu Luweero, yeesudde kiromita 30 okuva mu Kampala.

Erimu ebyuma ebiri ku mulembe ebikozesebwa okulongoosa ennyama y’ente nga bitandikira mu kusalako omutwe, okubaagako eddiba n’okusala amagumba mu bwangu. Mulimu ebyuma ebiyonja ennyama n’ebyenda n’ebitundu ebirala mu ngeri ey’omulembe . Oluvannyuma ennyama eno egenda kutundibwa ku katale k’ensi yonna .

Lufula eno egenda kusala ente 400 buli lunaku ng’ennyama etwalibwa bweru w’eggwanga. Pulezidenti Museveni we yasinzidde okukunga abalunzi abalina ennume bazirunde mu ngeri esingayo okuba ennungi basobole okuziguza Abamisiri bafunemu ssente eziwera.

Bannannyini lufula eno baatandiseewo ekifo eky’enjawulo mwe bagenda okutendekera abalunzi ku mutindo gw’obulunzi bw’ente ogw’enjawulo ezituukana n’akatale kano.

Lufula eno yaakugaziyizibwa epakirenga ennyama mu mikebe gattako okulongoosa amaliba gakolebwemu ebintu ebiralaDayirekita w’ekifo kino, Sherif El Kallini yagambye nti bagula ekika ky’ente zonna omuli maleeto n’ez’olulyo lwa wano. “Wabula tusinga kwagala ente eriko ebiwandiiko ebiraga ebyafaayo byayo nga birungi era nga tesukka myaka esatu wabula ng’erina obuzito bwa kkiro 300 n’okusingawo.

Zino zivaamu ennyama egonda eyeetaagibwa ku katale k’ensi yonna . Buli kkiro tugigula wakati wa 3,500 /- ne 4,000/.,” bwe yagambye. Omukugu okuva mu yunivasite e Makerere, Denis Asizua yagambye nti ente erundibwa mu ngeri ey’omulembe nga ya nnyama, omulunzi alina okugirabirira obulungi.

In Uganda, again, one of the two storey dormitories has caught fire as the children were getting to sleep in one of the expensive boarding schools at Naalya Senior Secondary college:

The dormitory that caught fire on Friday evening. Photo by Nancy Nanyonga

October 19, 2018

Written by URN

Fire has gutted a boys' dormitory at Naalya secondary school, Namugongo campus. 

The fire is believed to have started at 7:00pm. Many parents converged outside the gate demanding to see their children but were denied entrance by the security guards. 

Flavia Nalweyiso, a parent says that she arrived at the school at 7:30pm, but was denied to see her son who is in S.3.  

 

Ernest Mukasa, the LC III chairperson Namugongo Division, who was the only outsider allowed inside the school, says that some students who fainted as a result of the smoke have been admitted at Malcolm health care centre and TMR clinic in Naalya Housing Estate.

A URN reporter at Malcom said that 24 students were hospitalised at the facility and 15 are admitted at TMR.  

"The fire that broke out at Naalya SS Namugongo campus on the second floor in the boys' dormitory has been extinguished . The situation at the school is now normal and calm. No student was injured. No death registered." said deputy police spokesperson Patrick Onyango. 

"Parents are advised to check on their children tomorrow. Police will not allow anybody to enter the school premises today because we do not know who is who at this time. Some wrong elements may take the advantage and enter the school premises." he added. 

The school administration is yet to comment on the fire outbreak. In 2004, Francis Obukwi then aged 16 was burnt to death a boys' dormitory was gutted by fire in suspected arson. 

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One doubts if these dormitory buildings have any modern fire safety systems. And this paper of the Observer seem to be siding with such carelessness in the so called expensive schools in this country. If a child of the concerned parents died, then perhaps this paper would put up this story differently. It is imperative that a deeper report is made for the concerned parents to understand it.

 

 

 

 

 

  The Pioneering Uganda Telecommunication  Ganda Company is being woken up after the Uganda government threw it away to foreign investors that had run it bankrupt:

Mr Twebaze Bemanya, by a recent law, the Administrator General that is overseeing Uganda Telecom Ganda Company (UTL)’s recovery(Essimu za Buganda).

It might just make it cheaper for the poor school children of Buganda to learn and to use the essential Modern Global Internet Service that is very essential in their modern day to day  universal education systems:

By John V Sserwaniko

As Justice & Constitutional Affairs Minister, Kahinda Otafiire supervises the office of the Registrar General whose head Twebaze Bemanya is also by law the Administrator overseeing Uganda Telecom (UTL)’s recovery. Back in April consensus, following a very indicting Parliamentary report, was that UTL should be wound up on grounds it had clearly become insolvent. 

According to the Parliamentary report, liabilities stood at Shs700bn against an asset base of Shs100bn and you needed another Shs500bn to revive the Company that Libyans had been mismanaging for years. The wind up process had by law to be managed by Bemanya whose docket Otafiire directly supervises as line Minister.

Along the way, Bemanya’s team did a good job impressing it on President Museveni that it was possible to after all revive UTL rather than winding up in the 6 months receivership period Bemanya had been given. This recovery, largely an outcome of prudent management, is what has excited government resulting into PSST Keith Muhakanizi’s recent written directive requiring all government Ministries Departments & Agencies (MDAs) to 100% buy all their telecom requirements (internet data, mobile & fixed phone lines services) from UTL.

Because he controls all the money quarterly going to MDAs, Muhakanizi prudently disclosed the subsequent quarterly releases will depend on how well MDAs comply with his directive. Finance Ministry technocrats believe that this directive, that gives UTL a monthly additional income of over Shs10bn, will be enough for UTL to be revamped without government having to inject in any direct money.

 

Museveni wants a revived UTL to be 100% government-owner for security reasons but to also tame profit repatriation whereby one of the foreign-owned telecom giant monthly repatriates over Shs600bn.

 

Museveni anticipates political dividend because a revamped UTL will become market leader in 3 years and create 1000s of jobs for Ugandan youths.

OTAFIIRE ROARS: Even when many MDAs including State House, IGG, Auditor General, SFC and Parliament etc have complied, the Muhakanizi directive still faces some passive resistance with critics dismissing it as ill-conceived. And it’s to such critics, many of whom are vote controllers in MDAs that Otafiire responded when he exclusively spoke to us Saturday morning.

Critics have been disputing UTL ownership claiming the Libyans technically still own the company but Otafiire said the Administrator (who is part of gov’t) is by law empowered to eventually determine the ownership of the company.

 
“Why are they panicking? We are the Ministry of Justice and the originators and custodians of all laws in Uganda. Do they think we are so stupid? Currently the Administrator is the BoD and management of that company [UTL] and any reasonable accounting officer for an MDA should know that,” said Otafiire adding that before even the extension can be considered, Bemanya’s administration 6 months period is still on.

To him, the administration period began on May 22nd and runs up to 22nd November. And could even be extended by powers that be to harness the progress that has been made so far. Specifically defending Muhakanizi and warning of dire consequences for defiant MDA bosses, Otafiire said:

“There is nothing illegal about the Finance Ministry directing MDAs to purchase their telecom needs from UTL. If you are an accounting officer who is still confused about this plainly clear directive, then go home. You have no business holding that office. It’s him [Muhakanizi] who controls all the government finances and this [UTL] is a government company which all MDAs must support as directed.”

Otafiire also spoke of “the profiteers who have been selling to us internet at $300 as opposed to UTL’s $100.” A sarcastically laughing Otafiire posed and wondered: “what else do they want when government is going to make a very big saving?”

UTL PLOTS MASS CAMPAIGN: As the Otafiires do their part of extending political support, Bemanya’s administration team is increasingly getting prepared not to let down the President who endorsed Muhakanizi’s directive. In a bid to rectify mistakes by the past management, the team is busy addressing all the concerns MDAs have been raising including the issue of UTL internet speed being the slowest in the market.

This has been because past management didn’t invest in network quality and speed whereby to this day, UTL operates on G2 where competitors are on G4. This affects internet speed and the one operating 4G will simply offer internet that is twice faster than UTL’s 2G. Supervised by authorities at Finance and Justice Ministry, Bemanya’s team has engaged a partner to ensure that by December, UTL operates on 4G. That will put its internet speed at par with competitors.

What is more exciting is that, because of its 9% shareholding in WIOCC which controls and owns internet at the Coast, UTL is in the long term going to offer faster and cheaper/more affordable internet and thereby implementing the President’s dream of universal access to internet by all Ugandans. Critics have talked about UTL’s invisibility in Kampala and other major towns, a concern Bemanya’s team is addressing.

Recently an order was placed to bring in large quantities of branding materials and by December, UTL colors and branded outlets will once again be seen everywhere in Uganda. This will create awareness, pride and inspire brand loyalty. Currently in the interim, as that is being awaited, UTL customers are able to purchase and access services like airtime loading vouchers from a few UTL outlets, pay way stations and major banks that support M-Sente services.  These include KCB, Equity, Centenary, Pride Microfinance and others.

MORE MDAs SIGN UP: In the meantime, the MDAs that have complied with Muhakanizi’s directive are being served like never before as the 2G issue (internet speed) is being addressed. The UTL team has ably offered them CUG/Closed User Group and other mobile services. For both mobile and fixed phone lines, airtime is monthly being loaded onto their phones and support services have greatly improved.

It takes a maximum of one day for a customer’s service-related concerns to be addressed where it took months under past management. Some of the MDAs that are fully having their telecom needs (internet data, mobile and fixed phone services) served by the revamping UTL include: SFC, State House, President’s Office, Parliament, IGG, Auditor General’s Office, Uganda Police Force, UPDF/Defense Ministry, UBOS, UETCL, Makerere University, Uganda Heart Institute, Uganda Cancer Institute, Uganda Virus Institute, LDC, Equal Opportunities Commission, UNRA, KCCA, Local Government Finance Commission, DPP’s office, State House/Okello House, Uganda Development Bank, Uganda Law Reform Commission, the Judiciary, UNBS/Bweyogerere, Uganda Prisons (Hqts), URSB, UNMA Meteorology, Privatization Unit, Standard Gauge Railway project, Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Water, Tourism/Wildlife, Energy, Public Service, Finance  and Education headed by Janet Museveni.  Sources in Otafiire’s Ministry maintained Muhakanizi won’t have breached any law when he eventually withholds quarterly funding to MDAs that will fail to comply with his directive and its deadline. “You can see all MDAs headed by people considered very powerful are immediately complying. Which excuse will the defiant MDA heads have when the AG’s chambers and Finance Ministry clearly came out to clarify the legal consequences of this directive?” concluded the Finance Ministry technocrat.

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In these modern times of much technology, each African classroom deserves one mobile phone with unlimited data or cheaper data, so that the African child can catch up fast with the modern times he or she will soon live in.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ekisakaate kya Nabagereka, First Lady mu State ya Buganda,  kitandise e Janan Senior Secondary School e Kalule:

 

By Musasi wa Bukedde

Added 3rd January 2017

 

Wano abakungu abekibiina kya Nabagereka we Buganda baabadde ku Bulange nga bakebera ebintu abaana bye bagenda nabyo mu Kisaakaate.

 

EKISAAKAATE kya Nnaabagereka kyatandise olunaku lw’eggulo ng’abaana 600 be bakyetabyemu. Baasimbudde okuva e Bulange - Mmengo ne batwalibwa ku Janan SS e Bombo - Kalule we bagenda okubasomeseza okumala wiiki bbiri.

 

Tusoosowaze Obuntubulamu.
(To encourage children to appreciate better human morals)
 
Abaana abeetabye mu kisaakaate bali wakati w’emyaka mukaaga ne 18.

Empagi ze bagenda okubasomesezaamu kuliko; Ensonyi, Obugunjufu, Obwetoowaze, Okufaayo, Obuyonjo, Obuvunaanyizibwa, Okweyimirizaawo, Empisa, Obweruufu, Amazima, Obukulembeze, Okwewaayo n’Obwesimbu.

Kino Ekisaakaate kya mulundi gwa 11 nga kitegekebwa era kizze kitambuzibwa mu masomero ag’enjawulo okuva mu masaza ga Buganda agatali gamu.

Abaana abaagenze mu Kisaakaate beesunze okuyigiayo ebintu bingi bye bagamba nti tebafuna mukisa gugiyiga nga bali awaka ne mu masomero.

“Obudde obusinga tubeera mu bitabo ate ne bwe tubeera awaka, mmami ne ddadi tebafuna budde bubituyigiriza,” omu ku beetabye mu Kisaakaate kino bwe yategeezezza omusasi waffe. Abaana era beebazizza Nnaabagereka olw’okutandikawo Ekisaakaate kino.

 

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Olwo amasomero go Luzungu aga Buganda nga ate ga Uganda ya M7 agasomesa nebirala byonna go Lwaki tegasomesa bikolebwa mubisaakate byemanju okusinga okutawanya Nabagereka nga azunga buli mwaka okusomesa abaana be ggwanga awatali sente zimuweebwa.

Ogwo nagwo gufuuse musolo eri abazadde, ogwa Buganda nga guno ogubaddewo ogwokuzimba Ettoffali.

Governmenti ya M7 eremereddwa okuyigiriza abaana muggwanga lino kumusolo omuyitirivu omuzadde gwasasula olutatadde!

Ssi bwekyali ku Buganda bwa ba Jjajja anti bwo bwasibiranga abaana mubisakaate okubakuuma ne bamaama abaali tebapakasa kufuna sente. Okutambula mumakubo abaana abobuwala balina okuwerekebwangako bato baabwe abobulenzi!

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