By Augustine Mumbere,
The Rwenzururu King, His Majesty Charles Wesley Mumbere has reechoed his earlier message for inclusivity against discrimination among various tribes in his Kingdom.
In his address to Christians at St. Paul Cathedral in South Rwenzori Diocese last Sunday, King Mumbere was concerned about the partisan politics in the Kingdom before stressing the rich historical presence of diverse tribes in the Rwenzori area, urging against division along tribal and religious lines for promotion of unity, reconciliation, security, and improving their livelihoods.
The King who also reiterated the kingdom’s commitment to promoting peace, unity, and reconciliation as essential tools for social transformation, acknowledged Kasese’s unique position as a place where individuals from various backgrounds peacefully come to settle and contribute to the development of the district and the region as a whole. King Mumbere speaking……..
Nyabaghole Agnes Ithungu Asimawe who had accompanied the King for the thanksgiving at the Cathedral, welcomed Iremangoma’s release and his former accused subjects, considering it a fresh start and rebranding of the cultural institution that will invest vastly in unity for all.
In an earlier address to the local community last Friday, Mr. Robert Kiryamuthaka, the local council three chairperson for Maliba sub-county warned fellow politicians against discrimination based on tribe, religion and political affiliations while delivering public services to minimize conflicts. Mr. Kiryamutaka speaking……
In almost all his public statements since his return home, His Majesty Charles Wesley Mumbere has conveyed condolences to families who lost their loved ones during the military raid on his royal palace in 2016, describing the situation as avoidable. END