Buganda premier, Charles Peter Mayiga has said that he was not intimidated by the security personnel that initially blocked him from going to Kooki chiefdom.
Mayiga was yesterday blocked at brovad hotel in Masaka town for more than six hours before he was allowed to go to Kooki chiefdom where he visited coffee farmers and St. Bernards Mannya secondary school where 10 students died in the inferno that gutted the boy’s dormitory this month.
While speaking to students, teachers and local leaders who welcomed him, Mayiga said he was not intimidated by the heavy deployment of security personnel that initially blocked him in Masaka but he thanked the security for handling the issues properly and local leaders who gave him a warm welcome in Kooki County.
Mayiga encouraged the people of Kooki to work hard with total commitment that will make them prosper in future.
He added that shortly after he was appointed as Buganda’s prime minister; he has done so many activities in Kooki County like launching of the Masaza cup among others and that shows love and togetherness with the people of Kooki County.
Rakai district Chairman, Benon Mugabi assured Katikiro Mayiga of total security in the area and also Buganda’s representative for Kooki county, Gertrude Sebugwawo told Mayiga that people in Kooki county are working hard for prosperity as an entity and they are following Buganda’s plans and agenda of developing its people in Buganda.
BY BRUNO MUBANGIZI