The Independent (Kampala)

16 January 2013

Uganda: James Mulwana Laid to Rest

City businessman who died yesterday morning has been laid to rest at Masiliba, along Hoima road, Kiboga district.

Politicians, the business community, friends and relatives convened at his country home today to pay tribute to the fallen business magnet.

President Museveni, the chief mourner referred to Mulwana as a personal friend and a patriot.

He challenged other Ugandans fleeing the country for greener pastures to emulate the late Mulwana and consider improving the lives of fellow countrymen who may not be as well off.

Several people he touched have expressed their grief including Information Minister Mary Karooro Okurut, who praised him as disciplined and a true patriot.

Vision Group Robert Kabushenga in his trute to the late said," Mzee James Mulwana, thank you for the power of example of a life lived in full, a life of enterprise, wisdom, kindness, honesty, patriotism, generosity, humility, politeness, spirituality."

Katikiiro of Mamba clan, where the late belonged, Dr. Kimala Adam said that Mulwana had stated that he wanted to be buried immediately.

Mulwana is survived by a widow and three children and died at the age of 76.

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