Last Updated on: 11th September 2023, 01:42 pm
Jinja I With no more than 50 hours to the 9th Coronation anniversary of the Kyabazinga of Busoga His Royal Highness William Wilberforce Kadhumbula Nadiope Gabula IV, subjects and well-wishers continue to send in their messages of good health and loyalty.
The senior presidential advisor on poverty alleviation in Busoga sub-region, Florence Mutyabule joins the long list of eminent persons and leaders to congratulate the Kyabazinga.
Quoting from the Holy Bible, Mutyabule who served in several public offices including representing Namutumba as the District Woman MP, head teacher at Buckley High School and President of Mother’s Union, says the anniversary serves as another platform for renewal of commitment to serving humanity.
“…like King Solomon, May your reign continue to be marked by wisdom, courage, humility and compassion to stimulate growth and development in Busoga…” Mutyabule, who is the wife to the Speaker of Busoga Lukiiko, George William Wanume Mutyabule said.
She lauded the Kyabazinga for the many initiatives aimed at the socio-economic transformation of the subjects who are in turn actively participating in poverty alleviation at household and community levels.
Saying all leaders and authorities that exist are established by God, Mutyabule has urged the Basoga to embrace all the government projects and others from development partners so that the kingdom prospers.
“… let’s rally behind the Kyabazinga and other leaders in the government who are in their positions by divine provision and give them their due respect because they are working hard to foster development in our region…” she appealed.
According to officials, President Yoweri Museveni is expected to be the guest of honour during the celebrations to be held this Wednesday 13 September, 2023 at Namugalwe in Iganga district.
The celebrations will be held under the theme: “Harnessing the Environment by planting fruit and medicine trees”.
The reigning Gabula IV (then Prince Gabula) was formally elected on 23 August 2014 and crowned as the fourth Kyabazinga on 13 September 2014 meaning he is nine years on the throne.