Kasese Bishop Wants to Meet Museveni over Kasese Attack Victims

By Ronald Kule

KASESE: The Bishop of Kasese Catholic Diocese Rt Rev Francis Kibira plans to meet president Museveni to present to him the conditions in which orphans and widows of the November 26th 2016 Rwenzururu palace attack are living in and forge away forward of helping them to recover from the trauma.

According to Bishop Kibira, most of the palace attack victims are children whose parents were killed during the military offensive attacks at the Rwenzururu palace and are now living a miserable life which calls for government intervention in form of psycho-social support, education and other basic needs.

He says about two hundred eighty orphans having nothing like clothes, food, shelter and other basic needs in life since they mothers were left vulnerable after the demise of their husbands as soul bread winners.

The catholic bishop now wants to meet president Museveni and update him on the aftermath effects of the attacks especially to the families of Bwesumbu who were having many loyalists working in the Obusinga palace.

About forty eight widows in Bwesumbu alone lost their husbands in the palace attack whereas in Kasese municipality, there about twenty widows as a result of the attacks. END

By Ronald Kule

 

 

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