By Our Reporter
Buganda is jointly mourning the death of fallen business man ,James Mulwana .According to the statement from the Kingdom,today January 16th all flags will fly at half -mast.
“The kingdom will jointly mourn his death and all flags will fly at half-mast tomorrow 16th january, 2013 as a sign of appreciation to the works of the fallen industrialist” The statements said
The Minister of Information Lukiiko and Cabinet Affairs in Buganda Kingdom, Charles Peter Mayiga has described the late Mulwana as a symbol of development to the Kingdom.
Mayiga who was speaking on behalf of the Kingdom on the sudden death of industrialist Ssenkaali James Mulwana said that Mulwana has been a symbol of development to the Kingdom but with humility.
He stressed that the late Mulwana has been fully involved with key issues of the Kingdom right from the restoration process of the Kingdom with much more emphasis on to development issues. He cited an incident where Mulwana was tasked with organizing Kabaka’s wedding in 1999 a job he duly executed.
Mayiga described Mulwana further as a man who freely interacted with everyone from individual to institutional level.
The minister recalled that during the 19th coronation anniversaries last year, Kabaka Mutebi II visited Mulwana’s farm in Jeza whom he credited for his great advice to the Kingdom and the entire country. During the visit, Kabaka in his own words described Mulwana as a kind of advisor whose advice he took seriously because he knew the time it was genuine.
Kabaka appealed to his subjects to emulate Mulwana who started as a humble man, worked so hard and became very wealthy.