By Kabuye Ronald

Members of parliament and public have gathered in large numbers at parliament to eulogize the Democratic Party’ secretary general and the former Bukoto south Mp Matthias Nsubuga Bilewkereaawo who succumbed to a massive stroke on Sunday after an attack on Friday while at mukono bookshop kampala.

The body was received by the speaker of parliament Rt. Hon. Rebbeca Alitwala  Kadaga in accompaniment of  government chief whip Hon Rutg Nankabirwa, leader of opposition Winnie Kizza, NRM Secretary General Lumumba, DP’s chief whip Sewungu Gonzaga among other legislators.

The speaker talked about of the late as calm and always believed and agitated for dialogue and always wanted to see the economy of the country at its peak and settled.

 Betty Bakileke  Namboze, the Mukono woman Mp said it is absurd that the democratic party has lost its second  executive member in a year before describing Hon. Nsubuga  as a person who had a great urge of working with  everyone irrespective of their political affiliation ,adding that he worked as a bridge across all sections and generation forces seeking for unity and betterment of the country.

 NRM secretary General HON. Justine Kasule Lumumba said the late worked with passion for his country, politics, leadership and the church and all this was exhibited in the everlasting hope he extended to many.

Meanwhile the Democratic Party publicist Kenneth Paul Kakande talked about the late a great counselor who always encouraged those in the struggle for betterment of the country to soldier on with a great hope that one day he will see it come to pass.

He added that despite celebrating Hon. Nsubuga’ life, it will always be a source of inspiration to the country and the generation s to come

the his body has been taken to Nalumunye for a requiem mass and night vigil and on  Wednesday there will a mass at 10:00 am Lubaga Cathedral then the body will be laid to rest on Thursday at  lwengo district – manja at 2pm after a mass at 10am.


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