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Omukama Iguru Swears in New Cabinet

In his speech delivered by his Prime Minister, Andrew Kirungi Byakutaga, the Omukama who looked to be in a jovial mood urged the new cabinet to work hard to promote Unity and development in the kingdom.
Omukama Iguru pose for a Photo with Members of the new Cabinet that were sworn in on Tuesday
The Omukama of Bunyoro Kingdom, Dr. Solomon Gafabusa Iguru has sworn in his new cabinet. The 14 cabinet members took their oath of allegiance to the Omukama and secrecy at Karuziika palace in Hoima town. The Hoima Chief Magistrate, Samuel Kawooya administered the oath.

 

 

In his speech delivered by his Prime Minister, Andrew Kirungi Byakutaga, the Omukama who looked to be in a jovial mood urged the new cabinet to work hard to promote Unity and development in the kingdom.

 

 

Iguru noted that he has enormous hope in the new cabinet, adding that since the signing of the agreement in 1955, there has never been renewed energy to transform the kingdom like there is today.

 

 

He explained that the kingdom has remained poor because most of its assets are still in the hands of government, adding that their return and utilization will enable the Kingdom to generate revenue to ensure development.  

 

He also urged them to work as a team if they are to achieve their

goals. Those who took oath include Mutiti Nyendwoha, the first

Deputy Prime Minister, Prince Apollo Rwamparo, the second deputy Prime

Minister and Minister for Tourism, and Stephen Twesige Besisira, the

third deputy prime minister and in Charge of reparations.

Others are Edgar Agaba, the Kingdom Attorney General, Robert Owangonza, the Finance Minister, Dinah Kasangaki, the Minister of Gender and Jackson Byaruhanga, the Natural Resources Minister.

 

 

Prince Daudi Chwa took oath as Investment Minister, Florence Asiimwe, Education and Health Minister, Phillip Katahoire, External Relations Minister and Wilson Wairindi, the Agriculture, Animal husbandry and fisheries Minister. Isaac Kalembe took oath as the speaker of Bunyoro Kingdom parliament.

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