organizing committee of the Bugisu Circumcision ceremonies is seeking One
The committee which was put in place last week by the Minister of Gender Labour
and Social Development Betty Amongi has set August 13 as the date for the grand
opening of the circumcision ceremonies at Mutoto Cultural grounds in Mbale.
Godwin Mubuya, the Chairperson Organizing Committee says that preparations for
the ceremony have started and they need the money to start developing the cultural
site and other activities.
Mubuya told journalists at the cultural site on Friday that they are seeking
funds from the government, corporate companies, and members of community
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Sara Maswere, the General Secretary of the committee said that they
anticipate challenges ahead but she is optimistic if they work together as the
Bamasaaba they will be able to raise the funds.
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Omar Njovu, the Vice-Chairperson of the committee said that they have already
started preparing the surgeons for the ceremony. He also said that the
ceremonies will be observed in accordance with the Covid-19 Standard Operating
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circumcision ceremony in Bugisu returns after the 2020 celebrations were canceled following the covid19 outbreak.
Cultural Institution is still struggling to deal with two factions that
emerged after the death of Bob Mushikori, the former Umukuka who died early