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Bugisu 100% in Support of NRM’s Position on late Oulanyah’s Replacement in Omoro County

Bugisu region which sired and birthed the wife of late speaker Hon Jacob Oulanyah is happy that the National resistance movement party in Acholi region has identified his son as a replacement an idea that the central executive committee of the party appears to have okayed too.

Bugisu cultural leader Jude Mike Mudoma and his team

Bugisu region which sired and birthed the wife of late speaker Hon Jacob Oulanyah is happy that the National resistance movement party in Acholi region has identified his son as a replacement an idea that the central executive committee of the party appears to have okayed too.

Mr. Oulanyah while at Makerere University in the 1990s fell in love with his own old girl Dorothy Nangwale who would be his wife later.

Dorothy was a daughter of Mr. Nangwale who had just left Obote’s government as minister for works. Her contemporaries at the university then Hon Lydia Wanyoto says this is the best decision by the party and may the soul of my Two friends Dorothy and Jacob now rest in peace. Acholi party leaders, Bugisu is happy with you she added.

The Bugisu cultural leader Jude Mike Mudoma speaking from the cultural institution offices in Mutoto, Mbale said the Bugisu spirits have already accepted the candidature of the incoming young legislator who is our nephew and grandson and a replacement to his father in Omoro County.

During the burial of late Oulonyah, Bugisu region sent a very powerful delegation to represent Masabaland.

Oulanyah’s death was a little sudden and took the whole country unaware. Many people like Hon Lydia Wanyoto insisted that the demise of his dear wife at an early age may have had a bearing on Hon Oulanyah’s death.

Lydia Opines Dorothy and Jacob Oulonya were meant for each other, and when the Lord called Dorothy in 2013.

Jacob’s life never remained the same, he even attempted to get a replacement from the family but there were only boys remaining since Dorothy was the only daughter.

Experts on law insist that government should stop harassing those who claim Oulanyah was poisoned since they merely quoted the deceased which is allowed in law.

In law, a person dying never lies, refer to the exception to the evidence rule, dying declarations are accepted as bonafide testimony of the deceased

Steven Masiga is a writer and researcher from mbale

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