“Omusinga’s issues are nearly complete” Minister Baryomunsi to Bakonjo


NEWS– Obusinga Bwa-Rwenzururu issues are about to be finished by the government according to Dr. Chris Baryomunsi the Minister for ICT& National guidance has revealed.

Minister Baryomusi who doubles the NRM Vice President in-charge of Western region, sounded the hopes while officiating at the third graduation ceremony of over 2,000 youths and young mothers who had completed more than six months of training in tailoring, saloon management and phone with sponsorship from Big Heart Foundation Uganda.

The graduation ceremony was held at Rwenzori Square in Kasese town.

Minister Baryomunsi, the Kinkiizi East County MP who congratulated the grandaunts for achieving yet another milestone in their lives explained that skills acquisition was the only way to self-employment.

In his remarks, the Prime Minister of the Obusinga Bwa Rwenzururu, the Rt. Hon. Joseph Kule Muranga requested Minister Baryomunsi to also join the rest of the people to request the government to pardon Omusinga Charles Wesley Mumbere Iremangoma and the Royal Guards he was arrested with.

Responding to Muranga’s request, Minister Baryomunsi said the issues of Obusinga Bwa Rwenzururu with the government are being handled to their logical conclusion, appealing to the Rwenzururu loyalists to remain calm.

Minister Baryomunsi subsequently contributed Ugx 5 million to support Big Heart Foundation for its skilling program.

In his remarks, the Kasese Municipality Member of Parliament and Director of Big Heart Foundation Uganda revealed that ever since he started this skilling program in 2015, over 5, 800 youths have been able to acquire vocational skills in various disciplines.

According to him, his target is to skill more youths so that they are empowered to create their own jobs and hence solve the challenge of unemployment.

Mr. Chance Kahindo, the Kasese Municipality Mayor appreciated the efforts of Hon. Ferigo Kambale towards delivering effective services to the electorate.

According to him, Hon. Kambale is implementing the NRM manifesto very well and hence needs to be given a ministerial position so that he gets more funds to support the people that voted him into parliament.