Inside VP Alupo’s meeting with Inzu Ya Masaaba leadership

Vice President H.E Jessica Alupo (Rtd Maj) in a group with the delegate officials from Inzu Ya Masaaba during a recent meeting (PHoto/Handout)

Kampala, (UG):- The Vice President of the Republic of Uganda, H.E. Maj (Rtd) Jessica Alupo last week hosted the cultural leadership of Inzu Ya Masaaba led by Umukuka III, His Royal Highness Jude Mike Mudoma who had paid her courtesy visit.

The Umukuka and his team presented a set of requests from Masaabaland to the vice president for onward transmission to the head of state and an upcoming meeting with the president of Uganda has been fixed.

Among the issues that the Bamasaaba cultural leader wants the government to address in his region range from the construction of the museum, a public university in the heart of Masaabaland, and equal sharing of the national cake among others where he specifically told the VP that Bamasaaba have lately been left out when it comes to the sharing of the national cake with currently no substantive minister in Government currently.

Other areas that the Umukuka wants to be addressed are issues of construction of the palace at the Mutoto cultural site, the titling of the land of Mutoto as well as the general resolution of high unemployment levels among our educated youth in Masaabaland.

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The Vice President in response promised to the demands to the head of state for attention.

The cultural leader was accompanied by his cabinet including; Hon Vincent Woboya, the Minister for Disaster Hon Woboya, Dr Cled Wandui Masiga, the Deputy Prime Minister, Attorney General Hon Masereje, Hon Mutanje Emmanuel, the Minister for Resource Mobilization and Gender Minister in Inzu Ya Masaaba, Hon Namuwenge Rita.

Others included; the Imbalu chairperson, Hon Wilson Watila, the Land Board Chairperson Hon James Wambede and the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Watulastu Samuel.

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